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Built at a cost of $375000USD, this "Tree in the House" was designed by architect Almasov Aibek and the team at A. Mascow studio. Thistransparent cylindrical structure features a facade constructed entirely from glass for sweeping 360-degree views. To stay one with nature, a 40-foot fir tree has been planted right in the center of the home. If you happen to be in the Almaty, Kazakhstan region later this year, you might want to keep an eye out for this beauty. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the season 4 Game of Thrones VFX reel.

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What if there was a lottery catered specifically to the homeless that awarded winners with small homes that rival even the most luxurious 5-star hotels? Slovakia-based architectural design firm DesignDevelop has just the solution: two-room apartments built around the triangular shaped billboards that come complete with a kitchen, an office space, a bed with some storage underneath, and a functional bathroom. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Most storage units are tiny and unfit for living, but this one in Stockholm, Sweden was transformed into the ultimate bachelor pad by Karin Matz. This 387-square-foot space served as a storage unit for its previous owner for 30-years, that is until, Matz freshened things up with IKEA furniture and a few custom pieces. Click here to view the first image in this week's geek life gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing why some train tracks should be skateboard friendly.

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While they may look like an optical illusion of sorts, these intricate historical structures were all carved directly into blocks of marble by the extremely talented Matthew Simmonds, without the use of high-tech machinery. He blends the rough edges in with the structures for a contrasting effect. You'll see everything from baroque basilicas to ancient Roman temples, complete with domed-roofs and elaborate columns. Continue reading for more images and information.

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If you're an extremely wealthy geek who just got their company bought out by a giant (Facebook, Google, Apple, Yahoo, etc.), and want to start the summer off right, here are five incredible homes that will help you do just that. Starting off, we have the Casa Till House above, by WMR Architects, which is located in Chile. In addition to sliding walls and expansive ocean views, the home is fully solar powered. Continue reading to see them all.

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No, you're not looking at an attraction inside a computer-generated theme park, but rather the world's largest underground trampoline. It's located inside a slate quarry cavern in the Welsh mining town of Blaenau Ffestiniog and was developed by Zip World. Officially known as Bounce Below, it's slated to open in just a few weeks, complete with three giant trampolines suspended across the cave, ranging from 20 feet to 180 feet high. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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For the 2014 World Cup, Berlin's Stadion An der Alten Forsterei, where the FC Union Berlin team plays, has been transformed into a giant living room, complete with 750 couches, side tables, and lamps placed in front of a massive 700-inch television. Best of all, admission is free for the giant living room, known as WM Wohnzimmer, and it has room for up to 12,000 people. Continue reading for a video.

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New York City, especially in Manhattan, is known for outrageously expensive, yet awkwardly small apartments. However, in the right hands, even the smallest of spaces can become amazing homes, or at least in the hands of Specht Harpman Architects. These guys recently transformed a 425-square-foot loft on the Upper West Side, atop a six-story brownstone, into someone you have to see to believe. Plus, it even has 25 feet of vertical space and access to a rooftop for added convenience. Continue reading for more pictures.

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Think the Star Trek universe meets The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau, the Water Discus hotel is scheduled to open in Dubai with backing from a Swiss company, and just might be one of the most bizarre construction projects ever proposed. It was designed by Deep Ocean Technology and its 21 suites will be housed in two main discs: one above water, one below. Luxury facilities include a bar and even a dive center to boot. Continue reading for more.

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Summer is just about here for some of us and what better way to chill out than in your own secret home in the woods? This amazing structure, located in a Japanese forest, features a lounge room, a library and more than enough places to just sit around taking in all the beautiful views of nature. Continue reading for five more extremely unique homes you'll only find in Japan.

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