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7. Bubble Castle, France
This spectacular sprawl on the Cote D’Azur looks more like a set from a 1960s sci-fi movie than the playpad of designer Pierre Cardin. Built in 1989 by spherical supremo Antti Lovag, there’s not a sharp angle or straight line in sight. Everything including the beds is circular and with the exception of the concrete outer shell is made from plastic, foam and polyester. Special illuminators also change the light in each of the 28 rooms depending on the time of day.
The crib is also covered in gardens and water.You can look up into pools through fisheye windows in the ceilings. Lovag further unified the home with its natural surroundings by sticking palm trees and a waterfall inside. The house has been deemed a historic monument by France’s Ministry of Culture, despite the fact that it’s not yet 50 years old.