A 12-year-old boy in Thailand managed to buy his family a house thanks to his excellent makeup skills and stylish cross-dressing on social media.
Nes, who is currently in elementary school, started playing with his mother’s makeup out of sheer curiosity at a much younger age.
This deceptively tiny house, designed by Japanese architect Kota Mizuishi for studio Mizuishi Architect Atelier, is situated by a riverside in Suginami, one of the numerous wards in Tokyo.
Wandering inside the house of Tatsumi Terado and his wife Hanae can be quite disorienting. Try getting around a home without proper stairs or interior walls and you’d probably have a hard time navigating from one room to another.
Unless of course, you’re a ninja or someone who doesn’t mind climbing ladders and jumping over gaps to reach your bed or enter the living room.
Japanese company Muji, also known as Mujirushi Ryohin, became a huge success thanks to their minimalist concepts and designs.
Around two years ago, the company decided to extend their design capabilities to houses, which produced the project called “Muji Hut.” The hut was originally released as a prototype, but after customers took interest in the tiny house, the company took a u-turn and announced that their very first Muji hut is up for sale for $32,000, excluding other additional expenses.
Living rent free for two years in a nice seaside house in Japan doesn’t sound so bad.
Those interested in doing just that can apply for this special housing offered by the Japanese interior goods brand Muji. The Mujirushi Ryohin company is selecting some lucky individuals to live for free in its “Mado no le”, or “Window House”, residences.
An angry grandpa turned into a sad grandpa after his grandson, YouTube star Michael Green, bought him a house.
The construction of a jaw-dropping, record-setting $500 million home is currently underway on a hilltop in Los Angeles.
The 4.6-acre property will feature a 74,000 square-foot main house along with three smaller ones that in total encompass a 100,000 square-foot area of land. Nile Niami, the mastermind behind the extravagant estate, claims it will have “almost every amenity available in the world.”
A Canadian couple returned home to a nightmarish scene, their house trashed and destroyed in what police can only explain as the result of a “drug-induced orgy.”
Mark and Star King returned home to Calgary, Canada, in the residential area of Sage Hill to find their beloved house in a state of disrepair, littered with broken furniture, shattered glass and used condoms, among other garbage, reports the Calgary Herald.