There’s No House In The World Like This One In Ohio

The best kind of homes are the ones that aren’t your average homes—and that’s exactly what Cincinnati’s Mushroom House is.

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A spectacular piece of artwork, this whimsical home is located in the Hyde Park section of Cincinnati. It was designed by architect Terry Brown, who is also a former Architecture and Interior Design professor at the University of Cincinnati.

Construction of the unique house took about 12 years. Brown used multiple different materials, artisans and art students to aid in the creative process. The house is the result of organic inspiration. It features a young cowboy motif (inside), stained glass windows and a wide variety of materials.

In addition to the usual rooms in a home, the house features a library and study. To see the interior of the Mushroom House, view the video below:

What do you think of this unique house? Would you like to call an extravagant piece of artwork “home”? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!