The housing market is a competitive world. So you have to do something different to stand out from the crowd and sell your property. One way that many developers are doing this is by creating unique residential complexes. The Prestige Aspen Greens, located in Bangalore, is just one example of a unique housing complex. The following blog post explores few of the most amazing types of residential complexes around the world.
- The Cube Houses
These cube houses are unique in that they were built by the topography of the land. The houses look like cubes stacked on each other, but this is simply because their location was chosen based on how well they fit into the landscape. These homes have a contemporary design which makes them even more unique and appealing to potential homeowners.
- The Golden Lane Estate
If you’re looking for something a little bit more mainstream, then look no further than the Golden Lane estate. These homes were built in Prague around 1920, and they have an old-world feel to them with their gothic architecture and design. While these houses might not be exactly what people want anymore due to their age, we think that this makes them even cooler.
- The Playboy Mansion
Who doesn’t love the Playboy mansion? This stunning piece of architecture is located in Los Angeles, California, and was designed by architect Arthur R. Kelly way back in 1927. He wanted to create a home for Mr. Hugh Hefner that would be perfect for his lifestyle at that time. That’s why it has all sorts of unique features, including the secret tunnels underground. Now, this isn’t your average residential complex, but surely you will agree when we say it certainly does look pretty amazing.
This is where things get a little bit strange. These are penthouse apartments that have been turned into condos which means that they are now for sale to the public. That’s right; this is real estate on another level with these amazing complexes.
- The Dome Houses
These dome houses are truly unique. Architect Jacques Ferrier and built-in 2000 designed them at La Défense, France, near Paris. These homes look like giant peaches that have been sliced down the middle with their round shape. What’s amazing about these is how eco-friendly they are regarding energy consumption because of their curved design, which allows them to act as an insulator against heat loss or gain during different seasons.
- The Watercube
This is one of the unique residential complexes you will ever come across. These homes are located in Beijing, China, and surround an Olympic-sized swimming pool that has been constructed for this purpose. The entire complex looks like a giant silver bubble with all sorts of amazing shapes protruding from it.
- The Ice Cube
This is another residential complex that architect Shigeru Ban has designed. The Ice cube houses are located in Austria at the foot of Schoenberg mountain, near Salzburg. These homes were built using wood which makes them eco-friendly and sustainable for future generations to enjoy.