An innate desire to own a personal space combined with the lack of physical area on the planet has given rise to a surge in multistory building construction. While it is true that this has largely solved the problem of accommodating the increasing population and providing homes for everyone, there is a huge problem with such solutions. The glaring problem is that all these homes look identical and lack individuality. This is the primary reason why we find some people moving out of these structures to live in unorthodox and offbeat homes that are a far cry from the duplicates that they once called their homes.
From people who have carved out rocks and trees for living inside them, to people who are redesigning discarded tanks and abandoned churches to suit their personal tastes and styles, we will find that such offbeat homes are gaining popularity today.
To bring about a harmony between the natural environment and their unnatural homes, people are finding inventive ways of using recycled materials for construction while simultaneously employing the latest technology to generate power from renewable energy sources. Lack of resources and space aside, such dwellings allow people to find creative outlets for their ideas and designs.