Dezeen’s top 10 houses of 2017

We featured more than 500 weird and wonderful houses on Dezeen in 2017. For our review of the year, editor Amy Frearson recalls her top 10, including a bunker-like home in Poland, a glass house in Spain and a self-sufficient community in China.
Solo House by OFFICE Kersten Geers David Van Severen Solo House II, Spain, by Office KGDVS Office KGDVS created this idyllic retreat in the Spanish countryside, after being asked by developer Christian Bourdais to design a dream home. Part of a project called Solo House, the simple property features a circular roof and curved glass walls. It offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountain landscape, but also frames a generous central courtyard. Find out more about Solo House II ›
Konieczny's Ark, Poland, by Robert Konieczny Polish architect and 2016 World Building of the Year winner Robert Konieczny designed this bunker-like property for his own family. It incorporates a number of unusual security features, from a shape that
Taller Hector Barroso uses clay render to help weekend homes blend in with their forest setting
The Hidden Pavilion by Penelas Architects
Red House winery by Extrastudio
It is a Garden house by Megumi Matsubara & Hiroi Ariyama
Simple House by Moon Hoon
House in Mukainada by FujiwaraMuro architects
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