The first picture from the left is Villa Amanzi.com in Phuket, Tailand. But see the video here to know how good it really is.
The second one is made of wood, steel, and glass, glass, and more glass, the Fish House is an environmentally-friendly waterfront home in Singapore.
The third house is called the Tangga House is built around a central courtyard, with the borderless pool surrounding two sides of the house and a garden growing on its roof. I don’t know how much this will cost to maintain, but I wish I had the money to pay for it.
The forth is a little shack In paradise. Here is their webpage, it is located in beautiful Michanwi Pingwe beach, Zanzibar island, off the coast from Tanzania, Africa.
This other place is not really a dream house for me, since it’s pretty small, but it’s so ingenious that I have to share. Architect Gary Chang lives in a 344-square-feet (~32 square meters), one-bedroom apartment. But it has all the amenities of a full-sized house. How is that possible? His apartment literally transforms into 24 different configurations. This is something you have to see to believe.
And continuing on the path of small houses, there is one I really like:
The Fold place as it is called is located at 43 Holmwood, in the Glebe, Ottawa, USA. this new modern infill fits both the dimensions of its irregular and narrow (20′x60′) lot, and the owners’ pattern of working and living. Anything but generic, this home is a unique resolution between the modern design sensitivities and habits of clients Beata and Greg Campbell – who “choose the location because [they] like to walk to work, and walk to get groceries.” Bravo, it’s a super house.