This may sound pretty normal, but the house made by an Irishman Franky Barkley looks crazy and has something to do with money. Since he had enough of watching richmen on TV, in their luxury houses, but of his poorness as well, wise Franky came upon a great idea and knocked on Irish National Bank‘s door and ‘borrowed’ 1,4 billion euro. Luckily, the money he took wasn’t of any value any more, so he could enjoy cutting it on stripes and making bricks out of it. Well, what else he could do? Arranging the bricks, one by one, Franky made a ‘wealthy‘ palace with anteroom, kitchen, livingroom and bathroom. As every good host, he paid lot of attention on decorating his house, so he put paintings made of coins on the walls. Hm, very strange! Nevertheless, in Franky’s project there are two mayor sides – one is good and the other is bad. Do you want to hear the good or the bad one first? Ok. The good side of bills’ house has a great isolation. Franky didn’t even supose that bill bricks are so good isolation. He doesn’t even cover when he sleeps. Yeah, the bad side of the medal is – rain! Well, maybe money isn’t everything? P.S. If by any chance you decide to follow Franky’s steps, there is another good thing in this way of building – maybe in the real world it bothers you to go from one exchange office to another and to follow the exchange rate, but in this case, any rate is good for the bricks. Don’t worry about that!