Ever cruised around a town or a city,and spotted a piece of bizarre architecture and thought to yourself ‘What The $*%& is That?'
You know,coming across a building where you thought the architect must have been puffing on a few joints to come up with such an outlandish idea?
Well,I had one of those moments in a small sugarcane town in Far North Queensland called Silkwood.
There's not that much there.Like many towns in the region,it's there because of the sugar industry which has been around for a long time and it's home to those who are involved in sugar,or services peripheral to it.
事实上，it's not a house – it's a self proclaimed castle!
Now,take into account the context of the other lowset houses – this is the sight you can see from nearby roads.
Then you get a little bit closer…
But it's not until you get real close and you see the full extent of this bizarre house.
So Where's The Man In The High Castle?
I've got a feeling that the owner will in this place until the day they die,because I can't see this place appealing to a broad market!
所以你来了，如果你是一个木匠，check out the Silkwood Castle.
You can't miss it!
What other bizarre buildings have you spotted in your travels?Let me know!