That’s The Kind Of House You Don’t Get To See Everyday – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

That’s The Kind Of House You Don’t Get To See Everyday


This unique house in Clinton, Maryland will definitely surprise you with its exterior appearance. It looks like an ordinary brick house from the front, but once you’ve walked around the house you’ll notice its unusual and unique style right away. The house was literally built into the ground. Some like its outside look, others just hate it, but everyone can agree that it is quite nice and cozy inside.


If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Design You Trust Facebook page. You won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

This Crazy Glass Slide Will Be Opening In Los Angeles Later This Year
Solar-Powered Cylindrical Treehouse In Mexico Is Made With Sustainable Bamboo
House Of The Forgotten Machines: The Superb Soviet Dieselpunk Concept Art By Andrey Tkachenko
Cubicle? No. That's Bubblicle!
Architecture And Fantasy In Brutalist France
Facebook's New Server Farm in Sweden
The City that Builts into the Rock
Belgian Guy Documents Ugly Houses He Sees And They’re So Bad, It’s Hilarious
This Master Of Art Installation And Illusions Creates Rooms That Will Make You Think The Walls Are Waving At You
Secluded Timber Cabin on Stilts is a Creative Escape for Writers
Rediscovering Childhood Magic: Designer Kirill Kruglov's 'My Outskirts' Coloring Book
Cocooning at Home in Hong Kong
Brutalist Breuer Building Owned By IKEA Could Become Hotel In Connecticut
Container Community for Migrant Children
Modern Church in Linz, Austria
Innovative Skyscraper Designs That Were Selected As The Winners And Honorable Mentions Of The 2021-2022 eVolo Magazine Skyscraper Competition
Lost in Translation: Reddit User Explores Misspelled Wonders of the World with Midjourney
A Fantastical Proposed Skyscraper for NYC’s Billionaire Row by Mark Foster
Maijishan Grottoes
Magic Architecture of Stéphane Malka
Elephant Hotel: The Prime Example of Novelty Architecture in 1880s
A New Skatepark Unileved on A Shopping Mall’s Rooftop in Hong Kong
A 1960 Era Atlas E Missile Site that Has Been Converted Into a Self-Sufficient Home
Swim 115 Feet Above London in the World’s Only See-Through Sky Pool