Custom House is one of those architectural elements that you can easily learn to love, but the art of building them can be a challenging process.
It requires lots of trial and error, and there’s no surefire method to building something as unique as a custom house.
To help you get started, HuffPost Style is sharing 10 of the most insane custom house designs we’ve seen in recent years.
The first is a modern-day replica of the Victorian-era house that opened its doors in the 1950s, complete with a fireplace, a swimming pool, and a living room.
The House of Commons is the home of the Royal Society of Arts, the home to the British Museum, and is a popular venue for weddings and receptions.
The house is a stunning piece of design, complete a modern facade and a custom interior, and it’s also got the makings of a fabulous restaurant.
The only catch is that you’ll have to work in the basement.
But if you’re just looking to build your own custom house and don’t want to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars, the other option is to look to the world of the super-rich.
A number of high-end custom homes have been built in the past decade, and they’re just as impressive, if not more so.
From luxurious custom homes in the U.K. to luxury homes in Switzerland, there’s a lot to love about these houses.
But as we’ve already covered in our list of the 10 coolest custom homes of all time, the work required to build a home that goes all the way up to the top of the world can be quite a bit of work.
Here are 10 of our favorite custom homes.1.
The Luxury House at the Guggenheim MuseumIn this stunning custom home from Guggeheim, architect Robert Rauschenberg is trying to recreate the feeling of being in a luxury hotel.
Designed by the designer and architect David Wills, the Luxury Residence features a custom-designed floorplan and a fully open, glassed-in lobby, complete in an elegant style that’s reminiscent of the luxurious hotels of the 1920s and ’30s.
You’ll need a custom wood decking, custom wood cabinets, and custom-made mirrors and glass walls.
The project has a $30 million budget and is in its second year.