Christie's International recently put Palais Bulles on the market for $455 million, making it the most expensive home in the world on the market right now.
At that price, it's only going to garner the attention of a few to begin with - but the architecture narrows that pool of buyers even further. The home, in Cannes, France, is alternatively known as the Bubble Palace. It was designed by Hungarian architect Antti Lovag in the 1980s and was famously previously owned by fashion designer Pierre Cardin.
The home is set up to look like a village of bubbles, with each room or suite made to make residents and guests feel as if they're literally inside a bubble. The windows are also convex shaped that extends the bubble feel. Many of the rooms also have different themes - many of which you can see on this virtual tour from Tech Insider.