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"Extreme Homes" features homeowners that have pushed the boundaries of the meaning of the word extreme. In each episode, viewers get an up-close look at the construction and completion of some of the world's most-unique houses ever built. From a modern Italian castle and a floating home on a former ferry boat, to a spherical house that revolves from the power of the sun, and a New Zealand mud castle, these homeowners have thought outside the box to create one-of-a-kind living spaces.

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An apartment designed around a violin; a home with a butterfly roof; a modern home in Portugal; a disappearing dwelling.
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A desert house in California; a concrete cottage in Canada; a city landmark; a house like a plane; a house with two addresses; a wrapped house; and a ship's cabin-like apartment.
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A house like a turtle; an underground home in France; a German house by the Berlin Wall; a palatial residence; inside-out home; a house strikes gold; a jewel-box apartment; an old Italian home; a house with a bridge; narrow views.
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Old French chateau; a Spanish house looks like a work site; a futuristic home in Austria; a Korean house with rain holes in the roof; a Swedish house fits its surroundings; Italian home makes a splash; stacked house in Japan.
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A New York residence looks like a ranch; a French home shelters under a mountain of limestone; an Australian house resembles a giant insect; a Russian apartment.
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A glass pavillion; a house resembles an ice crystal; a house gives new life to an old railroad; a French house looks like chocolate, but is made of concrete; a remote ranch house in Idaho; a home slides apart; tent-like house made of fiberglass.
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A nightmarish Hollywood home; a lucky house; a luxury castle in France; a green house made of stone; spiky apartments; an old windmill resembles a honeypot; an Irish home with daylight built in; a colorful tower.
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A mansion off the coast of Rhode Island; ancient wine cellar; futuristic seaside house; French apartment with towering views; snow deck; manipulating the sunshine; a home underground; a home can take on any weather.
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A home makes waves in Los Angeles; a Danish house hugs its owners; graffiti; glass bubble house; ancient saw mill; orbiting French apartment; Italian farm buildings.
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A Mexican factory becomes a luxury home; a tree house in Australia with no walls; a home in Ireland is hidden behind a metal screen; a flat in Moscow; a boulder in a California living room; a windowless home in Japan; a space ship-inspired house.
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A clapboard cottage in New York; a Danish apartment block; a luxury holiday home in Spain; an Italian house is built around old olive trees.
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A California home is modeled on a spy plane; an origami-style residence in Northern Ireland; a glass house with no internal walls; medieval-inspired new build; colored bubble homes; wooden lodge like a jigsaw puzzle.
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A New York home inspired by a diamond ring; a shark-like house in Mexico; a Scottish fortress; a South African home is covered in colorful symbols; an Australian house echoes the surrounding trees; four flats combine.
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A high-tech party house; a six-story Gothic tower; a home resembles a fish tail; stone igloos; a house built of sandbags; boomerang-shaped house; updated fourteenth century home; modern log cabin.
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Converted synagogue in Miami; a residence mimics a canyon; an inhabitable sculpture; a Spanish home on stilts; a modern house grafted onto the ruins of an old farmhouse; minimalist South Korean home; Australian beach house; home built like a bridge.
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A Virginian space house; a townhouse on the edge of a steep hill; a plastic home in Ireland; a Mexican resident that looks like it has bent walls; a home that looks like a slice of pie; vertical garden; an Australian home floats in the treetops.
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Buildings are transformed into unique homes.
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A house dangles off a cliff; an old home is turned into an abstract work of art; a California party pad; a Japanese home is made from a box and a ball; a zigzag house; a rustic tool shed; a Canadian home embraces a waterfall.
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A Mexican house lights up; a fairy-tale cottage in Canada; a home shaped like a pile of boxes; a modern designer graces a French chateau; eleven stacked cubes; a house inspired by barnacles; space station home.
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A Californian desert house open to the sky; a sliver residence looks like a shark's fin; an Australia home is more campesite than house.
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Buildings are transformed into unique homes.

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