Our selection of wacky, strange, weird, elegant and functional building in the world. Something for everyone. Enjoy...
Flats integrated and assembled like Lego bricks are located in Montreal, Habitat 67 Without a traditional vertical construction, the apartments have an open space that are missing many metropolitan, urban buildings, including an open passage for each apartment separately.
This building in Copenhagen, Denmark is made of form V and M. The idea is that the building blocks are formed in such a way that at the same time allow plenty of daylight, privacy and beautiful views.
Last worldly creations of Spanish surrealists Antonio Gaudi, Casa Mila in Barcelona, is a residential building that has a fantastic aura. Wavy walls made of rough-cut stone resemble fossilized sea waves. Doors and windows look like they just dug out of the sand. On the roof there is all sorts of funny chimney. This unique building is known as the unofficial title of La Pedrera (the quarry). Year 1984. Casa Mila was declared part of the UNESCO World Heritage List. Today is mainly used for cultural exhibitions.
Viennese artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser designed by one of the most unusual and visually interesting buildings in the world. With more than 100 professional windows, unique roof and terrace, a café, a restaurant, a garage, a children's playground and a running track - Waldspirale building in Darmstadt, Germany is a true architectural wonder!
Block 16 is part of a grand plan for a new prestigious center of Almere in the Netherlands. This block was made on the principle of building the tunnel, with the result that the curving walls of this unusual building. As designers say - tunnel construction has reduced the cost of performance, but increased the price looks!
The last artwork designers Arakawa and Gina from New York, called "Loft-changing destiny", is an unusual building in Mitaka, Tokyo. It's hard to take your eyes off of festive and freshly designed roof and attic areas that look like a McDonald's playground. Architecture of the facade looks like it has survived three earthquakes of medium intensity, a little shaken and tilted. And the price? EUR 500.000 per apartment.
The Basket Building (Ohio, USA)
The Crooked House-Sopot, Poland
Cubic Houses in Rotterdam, Netherlands
Device To Root Out Evil-Vancouver, Canada
Erwin Wurm House Attack-Viena, Austria
Kansas City Public Library-Missuori, US
Piano shaped building-Huainan, China
The Hole House-Texas, USA
The Big Pineapple-Nambour, Queensland
Puzzling World Lake Wanaka-Otago, New Zealand
The Sheep Building-Tirau, Waikato, New Zealand
Stone House-Guimares, Portugal
Upside Down House-Szymbark, Poland
Wonder Egg-Ishigakijima Island, Japan
Atomium (Brussels, Belgium)
The Haines Shoe House located on Shoe House Road between the Lincoln Highway (state route 462) and U.S. Route 30, designed by Mahlon Haines.