It might be time to take your holiday gingerbread domicile out of the 19th century. If so, check out Hometta's inspiring cookie-fied Wedge House. It looks fantastic, and will immediately shut up any architecture snobs you're expecting for Christmas dinner.
Buying the blueprints to the actual Wedge House costs $US3195. The gingerbread version? $0. Sure, you might not be able to live in it, in the traditional sense of that term, and your holiday guests might feel uncomfortable when you insist that they "step inside for a tour", but who could blame you? It's a beautiful structure - who cares that it's held together with frosting? Great design is great design! The question is - are you allowed to glob gumdrops all over a minimalist structure? A great gingerbread debate will ensue. [Hometta via ArchDaily]