Visually Stunning Homes

Home is where the heart is. Perhaps for this reason, many people have sought to create the most beautiful, luxurious and visually stunning homes in the world. From vast mansions to simple, reflective abodes, we count down the most beautiful, aesthetically appealing homes from all over the world.

Visually Stunning Homes No. 1: Hearst Castle

Visually Stunning Homes at Sunset
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In 1865, George Hearst purchased 40,000 acres of ranchland in southern California. Almost 50 years later in 1919, Hearst’s son, newspaperman William Randolph Hearst, decided to build his dream estate on the land, which had since grown to almost 250,000 acres. Along with architect Julia Morgan, William created the sprawling Hearst Castle, featuring 165 rooms and 127 acres of gardens.
Hearst Castle Aerial View
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Visually Stunning Homes Hearst Castle
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These days, the Hearst Castle is open to the public as a California State Park. Visitors from all over come to view the vast gardens, incredible artwork and breathtaking pools. The most popular attractions at Hearst Castle are the uninhabited zoo (which once housed the world’s largest private zoo), the airport and the wine cellar, which was originally constructed during the Prohibition era. The estate remains one of the world’s most visually stunning homes.
Hearst Castle Garden Statue
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Visually Stunning Homes No. 2: The Shell House

Visually Stunning Homes Look Like Shells
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Squeezed into a picturesque forest in Karuizawa, Nagano, the Shell Villa is an excellent example of modern design done right. Designers constructed the home, which spans more than 3,500 square feet, from reinforced concrete. From the outside, the structure appears to be two smoothly curved white ovals reminiscent of a shell. Photos of the interior demonstrate how those smooth, organic shapes remain a constant thread throughout the home’s furniture and appliances.
Japanese Shell Visually Stunning Homes
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Visually Stunning Homes and Architecture
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Modern  Shell Home in Japan
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Visually Stunning Homes Interior
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Kotaro Ide and his team, called ARTechnic, built this shell-inspired home in 2008. While the home was created to be aesthetically pleasing (especially in the evening), the Shell Home was also designed to accommodate the local humid climate, ensuring that the space is as functional as it is intriguing. Here are some additional shell-inspired visually appealing homes:
Colorful Shell-Inspired Home

Visually Stunning Homes No. 3: Philip Johnson Glass House

Sun Setting by Philip Johnson Glass House
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Architect and artist Philip Johnson, the designer of some of the America’s most memorable and influential modern architecture, was the brain behind the aesthetically remarkable Glass House. Johnson built the home for himself, calling the space his fifty-year diary. Set in an unobtrusive forest setting, the glass house is a visually stunning home primarily in its simplicity and straightforwardness.
Visually Stunning Homes Made From Glass
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Visually Stunning Home No. 4: World’s First Billion Dollar Home

Upward View of Antilla
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Scanning the Mumbai cityscape, one might easily mistake billionaire Mukesh Ambani’s home for a skyscraper. Yes, that’s right, a skyscraper. Ambani’s impressive, visually stunning home stands an incredible 27 stories high, and cost around two billion dollars to build.
Mumbai Cityscape by Visually Stunning Homes
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Antilla and Visually Stunning Homes in the Evening
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This 400,000-sqare-foot home, named Antilla, was designed based on Vaastu, an ancient science that is said to utilize the placement of furniture, design and other elements to positively affect a space’s energy. To prevent the numerous floor plans from becoming redundant, designers refused to replicate materials or designs on floors that were next to one another (for example, a design used on the ninth floor couldn’t be replicated on either the eighth or tenth floor).
Visually Stunning Homes Interior Antilla
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Visually Stunning Homes No. 5: Acqua Liana

Beautiful Water Floors and Stairs
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Located in Manalapan Beach, Florida, the Acqua Liana is easily one of the most visually stunning homes in the world. Constructed by real estate tycoon Frank McKinney, this 15,000-foot mansion has claimed the title of one of the world’s most incredible (and expensive) eco-mansions.
Beautiful View of Visually Stunning House Acqua Liana
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“Acqua Liana” is a the Tahitian and Fijian word meaning “water flower.” As one can quickly see, the home truly embodies its namesake, as water and liquid serenity play a huge role in both the appearance and function of the home. Water floors, waterfalls, water gardens, a 2,000-gallon aquarium and waterfront views can all be found in Acqua Liana.
Beautiful Outdoor Look at Acqua Liana
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Chandelier in Most Visually Stunning Homes
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 At some point, most of us have dreamed of riding across the Sahara Desert and stumbling across an ancient tomb filled with national treasures and glittering gems. If you haven’t, then you’ve probably never seen an Indiana Jones movie. Paul Koudounaris, the self-proclaimed ‘Indiana Bones’, certainly takes that explorer’s vision to heart. 

When he’s not digging up the dirt on charnel houses, the Los Angeles-based art historian and photographer is tracking down the remains of saints scattered around the world.
Koudounaris has always had a love for the macabre, collecting taxidermy and ghoulish human remains on his travels. His latest find, however, has shocked the relic-hunting world. Traveling for miles across Europe with nothing but a backpack and a camera, Indiana Bones hunted down the bejeweled remains of what some claim to be early Catholic saints. Hopping from church to church, Koudounaris ventured into the catacombs of some of the world’s most secretive religious establishments to uncover the remains of thousands of 400-year-old skeletons, all of which were encrusted with the finest gems and gold.

On his adventures through the charnel houses of Europe, Bones has discovered quite the litany of spectral remains. First there was his discovery of St Valentin in a German crypt, then the humdrum haven of St Munditia within Munich’s St. Peter Church. Indiana Bones’ incredible discoveries have been marked as one of the most impressive and controversial finds in treasure hunting history.