It will take few seconds to fall in love with these architectures.
We are all unique and different in our own ideas and thoughts resulting in creation of bizarre buildings and houses. This is why each person foresees differently the required area or space. Some of the people like to keep things simple and classical while others like to do a lot of experiment in their work. This has sometimes resulted in the creation of some very unusual, thought-provoking, and fascinating buildings or houses. Here are just a few examples:
Here are just a few examples to stun your eyes:
Kansas City Public Library (Missouri, United States)
This establishment is permanent, very large, and designed to hide the car park of a library. The public here were asked to nominate books to whom they felt represented Kansas City. In AD 1873, the library was established and it is the oldest and third largest public library in Kansas City area.
Stone House, Guimarães, Portugal
It is an awesome looking stone house which is located in Fafe, Guimarães (Portugal).
Hang Nga Guesthouse (Crazy House), Vietnam
This terrific place is like an adventure into the world of Alice and Wonderland. It is designed by a female artist who hangs around the ground, it is surprising.
The owner of the house is the daughter of former President of Vietnam, who in Moscow studied architecture.
There are unexpected turns and turn, roof and rooms. Pretty much it seems like a fairy-tale castle; it has giant animals like a giraffe and a spider. In that infrastructure, no window is rectangular or round. It can be visited as a museum.
Dancing Building (Prague, Czech Republic)
The Dancing Building is being designed by the Vlado Milunic, the architect in collaboration with Canadian architect Frank Gehry on a vacant riverfront plot.
In 1992 the building was designed and in 1996 it had a finishing touch. It is a modernized glass building which is enclosed with historical architecture.
The top floor of the Dancing House has the area for leading restaurants, Celeste Restaurant.
You can have a magnificent view while enjoying your delicious cuisine.
Kettle House, Texas, United States
Wonderworks (Pigeon Forge, TN, United States)
Habitat 67 (Montreal, Canada)
Habitat 67 was designed by the architect, Moshe Safdie.
It is located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. In 1967, the building was sensed as the main pavilion and thematic symbol for the International World Exhibition held in Montreal and its theme, Man and His World.
It was designed to mix the variation and diversity of private homes distributed with economics and density of a modern apartment building.
The project was designed to make an affordable accommodation, but private quarters, each furnished with a garden.
Forest Spiral – Hundertwasser Building
The architect of this unique building is Heinz M. Springmann.
Forest Spiral is a residential building complex located in Germany’s Darmstadt. The infrastructure of the building is unique as it does not allow following the rules of architecture as regular grid patterns and the windows here appears like they are dancing out of the order and the whole framework seems out of sync.
It was designed by Friedensreich Hundertwasser, a Viennese artist. The building has 12 floors and it contains 105 apartments, an indoor courtyard, a small artificial lake and for children, a small playground.
Mind House (Barcelona, Spain)
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The Torre Galatea Figueras (Spain)
The most standing out thing you will notice in this making of the building is giant egg sculptures along the roofline. Salvador Dali Theatre Museum in Figueras, Spain, is an extraordinary building name, Torre Galatea, museum’s tower was named for the artist’s dead wife, and Dali himself lived there before he died in 1989.
The Basket Building (Ohio, United States)
This actually is a 7-story building but it may look like a picnic basket which is kept in the park. This building is Home Office of Longaberger that is located in Newark, Ohio. In fact, this unique monument is world’s largest basket. It is having a length of 192 ft. And a width of 126 ft., it is wide at the bottom, spreads to 208-ft. long by 142-ft. wide at the roofline.
Ferdinand Cheval Palace a.k.a Ideal Palace (France)
In April 1879, Cheval began the architecture of this building. He claimed that he had gone on a stone and was inspired by its shape. He decided to return to the same place the next day and started collecting stones.
For the next 33 years, he used to carry these stones in his pockets, and then started it in a basket and finally a wheelbarrow. He often used to work at night in the lights of an oil lamp.
The National Library, Minsk, Belarus
Calakmul Building Or La Lavadora (The Washing Machine), Mexico