Liu Lingchao built a makeshift dwelling to house himself as he walked back to his hometown in China. He has been walking for five years with the 132 pound structure made from plastic bags, bed sheets, and bamboo, and is now less than 20 miles away from his goal.
This three-bedroom home was made from four shipping containers in Sydney. It was priced at $130,000, and has two bathrooms, timber floors, a kitchen, laundry room, and can be pulled apart and transported if need be.
Chris and Malissa Tack gave up their high-tech lives in 2011 and condensed their world into a “tiny house” in the town of Snohomish, Washington. Their new home is only 140-square-feet.
Here, Venito Hernandez stands outside his sun-dried brick home. The house is in Mexico’s Northern state of Coahuila, and is 131 feet in diameter with a huge boulder used as the roof.