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From afar, it almost looks like a magic carpet of sorts, but upon closer inspection, you'll see it's just a very clever table. Created by designer Alessandro Isolal, this creation combines a rug and a coffee table into a single object, called Stumble Upon. This installation was inspired by the annoyance of tripping over the wrinkles in carpet. Continue reading for up-close shots of what's behind this table.

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When is a home not just a place where you eat, rest, etc.? When it's made from an old airplane hanger. Archinet says that the "structure maintains its corrugated metal walls and cavernous space, allowing room for a restored 1930s golden yellow and red Piper Cub to sit naturally next to a late model, bright red Porsche. The theme is set as past and present come together inside as a mixture of industrial colors and metallic textures blend with soft furnishings and a pop of red throughout." Continue reading to see more awesome homes made from things you'd never expect.

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Located in Tehran, the Sharifi House - designed by Iranian architects at nextoffice - boasts a series of mobile rooms that can be rotated to provide extra space and get optimal amounts of sunlight at the push of a button. Think of this structure as containing a fixed main volume with mobile parts that adapt to the functional needs of its users - rooms of the first and third floors can be reconfigured for different purposes and seasons. Continue reading for additional images and information.

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At first glance, this might look like displays at a museum, but it's actually the subway in Stockholm, Sweden. The Stockholm metro is well known for its decoration of the stations; it has been called the longest art gallery in the world. Several of the stations (especially on the Blue Line) are left with the bedrock exposed, crude and unfinished, or as part of the decorations. At Rissne, an informative wall fresco about the history of Earth's civilizations runs along both sides of the platform. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a 3-year-old who held on a little bit too tightly to an amusement park ride.

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Priced from a very affordable $21900, the Bunkie by Evan Bare, 608 Design Studio in Canada, and BLDG Workshop, was designed to integrate perfectly with its surroundings. Mobile warriors who are constantly on the move will appreciate its two facades made entirely of glass, allowing for for plenty of natural light to enter the home. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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You know you've got some awesome and geeky parents when they build a custom Super Mario Bros. themed bedroom as a surprise. The surprises don't stop at the wall decals, Power-Up Mushroom pillow, and curtains. There's even coin block shelves and a warp pipe stand of sorts for the phone system. Continue reading for more cool and geeky room designs that kids would absolutely love.

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Having a mobile office that consists of a laptop and fold-away desk is one thing, Soul Box is an entirely different story. Designed by studio Allergutendinge, Soul Box is basically a minimalist, two-story home that boasts a kitchen and bed on the bottom floor and a viewing platform on top. Yes, there's even a bed as well as a roof that opens up to let sunlight and fresh air in. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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No, this isn't a computer-generated image, but rather a real tree house in British Columbia, Canada. On a related note, did you know that Winston Churchill actually constructed a 20-foot tree house in a lime tree at his Chartwell Manor home. Famous tree house celebrities don't end there, as John Lennon was rumored to have a tree house overlooking the Strawberry Fields orphanage. Continue reading for more.

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Designed and built by owner Robin Falck, this micro cabin in Finland may only be 96 square feet, but this multi-level abode boasts all the living space, kitchen, bathroom, and even a nifty 50 square foot loft upstairs, for a nice vacation away from home. Plus, there's a gigantic window running from the bottom to top floor for natural light to enter, as well as a cozy deck for enjoying the scenery. Since a building permit wasn't required, Falck complete the entire cabin in just 2-weeks. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Here's another stunning look at a real-life Flinstones house in California, formerly owned by late radio personality Dick Clark. Priced at $3-million, this blast from the past spans 2,500 square foot, complete with one bedroom, two bathrooms, and expansive ocean views. Wonder why there aren't more rooms? Dick Clark built this specifically for him and his wife. Continue reading for more pictures.

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