18 of the Most Unique, Strange, Unusual Houses Ever Built
6.Kvivik Igloos, Faroe Islands, Denmark
Based on the Icelandic tradition of the turf house, the Kvivik Igloo features a turf roof for insulation (the igloos are heated by wood stoves). A pair of igloos were built near the town of Kvivik and are designed to offer temporary, novelty accommodation for tourists in a panoramic setting between the mountains and the bay. Described as “micro houses”, the igloos have a kitchen, lounge area and double bed in a loft. The unusual geometric design draws many visitors throughout the year.