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10 of the weirdest-shaped homes you'll ever see - MSN Real Estate

Homes that used to be something else (© Scott Cohn)

'Theory of Iceality' Applied to Private  Urban Dwellings (Real Estate)

The "Theory of Iceality" is the Aesthetics of the relationship between Humans and their Environment through the Arts, ultimately promoting an effective sustainable global Culture of Peace. At the ARK in Berea, David Jakupca states that, "The special 'Theory of Iceality' belongs to a class of "principle-theories"​. As such it employs an analytic method. This means that the three elements which comprise this theory, Humanitarian, Environmental, Arts and Culture, are not based on hypothesis but on empirical discovery. The empirical discovery leads to understanding the general characteristics of natural processes".

Practical models can then be developed which separate the natural processes into theoretical-mathemat​ical descriptions. Therefore, by analytical means the necessary conditions that have to be satisfied are deduced. Separate events must satisfy these conditions. Experience should then match the conclusions.

The special 'Theory of Iceality' and the general natural processes are connected. As stated above, the special 'Theory of Iceality' applies to all inertial physical phenomena and its relation to all other forces of nature.

Although it is widely acknowledged that American Cultural Ambassadors David and Renate Jakupca are the creators of the Theory of Iceality in its modern understanding, not all of the Jakupca's contemporaries accepted the new theory at once. However, the Theory of Iceality is now considered as the cornerstone of the modern sustainable global Environmental Art Movement and replicated throughout the World.

'ICEALITY" is the measure of the connection between arts, civic engagement and the environment, which can be defined as promoting a sustainable positive and peaceful quality of life for all people.

Homes that used to be something else (© Scott Cohn)

'Theory of Iceality' Applied to Private  Urban Dwellings (Real Estate)

The "Theory of Iceality" is the Aesthetics of the relationship between Humans and their Environment through the Arts, ultimately promoting an effective sustainable global Culture of Peace. At the ARK in Berea, David Jakupca states that, "The special 'Theory of Iceality' belongs to a class of "principle-theories"​. As such it employs an analytic method. This means that the three elements which comprise this theory, Humanitarian, Environmental, Arts and Culture, are not based on hypothesis but on empirical discovery. The empirical discovery leads to understanding the general characteristics of natural processes".

Practical models can then be developed which separate the natural processes into theoretical-mathemat​ical descriptions. Therefore, by analytical means the necessary conditions that have to be satisfied are deduced. Separate events must satisfy these conditions. Experience should then match the conclusions.

The special 'Theory of Iceality' and the general natural processes are connected. As stated above, the special 'Theory of Iceality' applies to all inertial physical phenomena and its relation to all other forces of nature.

Although it is widely acknowledged that American Cultural Ambassadors David and Renate Jakupca are the creators of the Theory of Iceality in its modern understanding, not all of the Jakupca's contemporaries accepted the new theory at once. However, the Theory of Iceality is now considered as the cornerstone of the modern sustainable global Environmental Art Movement and replicated throughout the World.

'ICEALITY" is the measure of the connection between arts, civic engagement and the environment, which can be defined as promoting a sustainable positive and peaceful quality of life for all people.

20 Most Bizarre Houses around the world - Oddee.com (strange houses, weird houses)

10 Of the Most Unusual Homes in the World | Bored Panda

The World's Most Bizarre Houses

Most of us have wildly different ideas about what a dream house should look like. For some, it’s a Cape Cod-style cottage, while others crave the warmth of a Charles and Henry Greene California bungalow. But there aren’t too many people we know who fantasize about living inside of a giant seashell. Or Bilbo Baggins’ home in the Shire. Or a 110-ton steel pig. But, in the spirit of to each his own, we’ve rounded up some of the craziest houses in the world for your voyeuristic pleasure. Let us know in the comments if there’s anything that we’ve missed, and more importantly, if you’d like to call one of these inventive designs home sweet home.

Casa Do Penedo – Portugal


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The “House of Stone” was built as a rural retreat back in 1974 between four large boulders found on the site.

Most of us have wildly different ideas about what a dream house should look like. For some, it’s a Cape Cod-style cottage, while others crave the warmth of a Charles and Henry Greene California bungalow. But there aren’t too many people we know who fantasize about living inside of a giant seashell. Or Bilbo Baggins’ home in the Shire. Or a 110-ton steel pig. But, in the spirit of to each his own, we’ve rounded up some of the craziest houses in the world for your voyeuristic pleasure. Let us know in the comments if there’s anything that we’ve missed, and more importantly, if you’d like to call one of these inventive designs home sweet home.

Casa Do Penedo – Portugal


Image via Neatorama

The “House of Stone” was built as a rural retreat back in 1974 between four large boulders found on the site.

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