The 17 most incredible homes in the world, according to the World Architecture Festival

From a luxury home in the middle of the Brazilian rainforest to a museum hanging off a mountain in Italy, more than 340 architectural projects from around the world have been shortlisted for the 2016 World Architecture Festival on Monday.

The winner for each of the 32 categories will be announced in Berlin in November, selected by an international panel comprised of several high profile architects and designers.

Here are the 17 incredible homes from around the world that made the cut for the “House” category.

Field House -- Glogow, Poland, by Blank Architects

The Red House -- Auckland, New Zealand, by Crosson Architects,

Tin House -- London, UK, by Henning Stummel Architects

K Valley House -- Thames, New Zealand, by Herbst Architects

House Juniskär -- Sundsvall, Sweden, by Hermansson Hiller Lundberg Arkitekter

McLeod House -- Sydney, Australia, by Ian Moore Architects

Nannup Holiday House -- Nanny, Australia, by iredale pedersen hook architects

CASA31_4 Room House - Perth, Australia, by iredale pedersen hook architects and Caroline Di Costa Architect

HOUSE MM -- Palma de Mallorca, Spain, by OHLAB / Oliver Hernaiz Architecture Lab

Living-Garden House -- Izbica, Poland, by Robert Konieczny - KWK Promes

Konieczny's Ark -- Brenna, Poland, by Robert Konieczny - KWK Promes

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Villa Marittima -- St Andrews Beach, Australia, by Robin Williams Architect

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E-Type House -- Auckland, New Zealand, by RTA Studio

Keeper's House and Lodge -- Tipperary, Ireland, by Scott Tallon Walker Architects,

Indigo Slam -- Sydney, Australia, by Smart Design Studio

Jungle house -- São Paulo, Brazil, by studio mk27

33 Holland Park -- Singapore, by studioMilou architecture

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