Located on a seven-acre lot in Colorado’s Pagosa Springs, the Wonder Haus is an earth home, meaning it’s carved into the ground for maximum energy efficiency and temperature consistency. With a tower specifically built for prime stargazing, the extremely eccentric space shows just how stylish eco-consciousness can be.
This one is a splurge at around $3,360 per night.
For the more modern-minded, Joshua Tree’s Invisible House is sure to wow. Thanks to its mirrored sides, the 2019 home practically vanishes into its desert surroundings—90 acres of which are included in the rental. Inside you’ll find a 100-foot heated pool, a truly distinct accent that anchors the living room, kitchen, and dining area. Despite the house’s many luxuries, the floor-to-ceiling windows ensure that you needn’t turn your back on the splendor of the desert.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Schwartz House
This dwelling is located in Frank Lloyd Wright’s native Wisconsin and goes for $536 per night.
Fans of Frank Lloyd Wright, or anyone interested in experiencing architectural history, flock to this star rental that the iconic architect designed in 1938 for Life magazine’s “Dream House” feature. In classic Wright fashion, the home is awash with wood paneling, Cherokee Red brick, built-in furniture, and natural light.
Yoshino Cedar House
This small A-frame house sleeps three guests and is the cheapest on this list at around $91 per night.
A stunning homage to the forest town of Yoshino, Japan, the Cedar House was built in partnership with Airbnb to help the local community sustain itself as migration to larger cities damaged its economy. The home’s location on the river and views of the mountains allows guests to appreciate the surrounding natural beauty, while the interiors, built entirely of wood from local cypress and cedar, create a truly unique space. Its two bedrooms—one facing east, one west—are perfectly oriented for viewing …….