It's a blimp... it's a submarine... it's... a house?
This tiny home in Australia was built by a husband-and-wife duo who wanted to live in a one-of-a-kind space. Coming in at only 800 square feet, the home is smaller than the actual Goodyear Blimp, according to HGTV -- but it definitely has more style. It was constructed using rock climbing equipment, such as ropes and harnesses, which give the outside its cool look. Inside, the futuristic feel is fresh and clean.
Plus, it pretty much looks like it's floating in air -- how cool is that? Watch the video above to learn more about this extreme home.
More tiny homes, please!
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