Homes That Blew Our Minds in 2017

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The world can be a strange place, as this collection of crazy-looking houses proves. Like called "The Wave House," its fluid design transfers from the exterior to the interior.
 

Time Out

When you live in something as unusual as a clock tower, why try to disguise it? This cool pad in San Francisco fully embraces the clock into its interior design by framing the clock-face windows with minimalist furniture. The only downside to living in this penthouse apartment is that no one will believe you lost track of time when you say you're running late.


Ice-olation

The neutral exterior of this Icelandic house blends seamlessly into the stunning scenery, never detracting from nature's beauty. Inside, however, residents enjoy unexpected bursts of color. Although an all-red bathroom may seem like a bold choice for most homes, we think it works in this modern masterpiece.


 

Making Waves

This isn't your typical split-level in the suburbs. Called "The Wave House," its fluid design transfers from the exterior to the interior. Inside, it's all about the open concept and the blending of the indoor and courtyard spaces. With large sliding doors on all walls, the backyard feels almost like it's another room in the house.


 

Contemporary Cabin

Tucked into the woods of British Columbia, this contemporary lodging somehow manages to feel cozy despite its sleek, sharp lines. That comforting sense of hygge emanates in part from warm touches like the built-in firewood storage and a wood-burning stove—practical home details that look like works of art.


Bigger in Texas

Renowned architect Philip Johnson designed this Dallas mansion, which is equally spectacular on the inside as on the outside. With one of the grandest entryways in modern architecture as well as 6 bedrooms and 11 baths, this 7-acre property also includes a media house, modernist cabana, pool, and tennis court.


Tranquil Tree House

Tree houses aren’t just for kids anymore. This contemporary home nestled in the forest of Willow, New York, offers a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life. The large windows in this open concept stunner highlight the appeal of living simply.


Mediterranean Masterpiece

Welcome to paradise! Thanks to a wall of windows and expansive patio seating, residents of this cliffside villa in Greece enjoy a completely unobstructed view of the water whether they're inside or out.

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