Buildings are transformed into unique homes.
|"Boulder, Treetop, Spaceship" 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. (Repeat)||HGTV|
|"Cartoon, Chateau, Bottles" A rotating home faces the sun; a home made from bottles; a home on the slide; view of giraffes; cartoon caricature; fairytale; tribute to Roman engineering. (Repeat)||HGTV|
|Extreme Homes A house looks like a piece of pottery; an origami home in Japan; psychedelic Danish condo; old English abbey; modern old boathouse; home resembles a spider; modern Noah's Ark. (Repeat)||HGTV|
``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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