This vacation, treat your eyes with something unconventional, unique or should we say bizarrely cute! Visit these 10 bizarre buildings that will leave you awestruck by their amazing architecture. Encounter the world’s most unbelievable designs of homes and buildings by the architects who had let their creative impulses flow and shaped it on to the ordinary spaces. Enjoy the pictures of these spectacular buildings and unimaginable houses!
- Atomium, Brussels
- The Banknote Building, Kaunas, Lithuania
- Casa Mila, Barcelona
- Castel Meur, Brittany, France
- Dali Theatre-Museum, Figueres, Spain
- Nationale-Nederlanden Building, Prague
- Le Kinémax Poitiers, Poitou-Charentes, France
- Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, Spain
- Krzywy Domek, Sopot, Poland
- 10. Eden Project, Cornwall, United Kingdom
If you ever magnify an iron crystal 165 billion times, it would represent exactly like this. Interconnected by 20 tubes, this extraordinary structure features nine unique shining spheres. It is 92 meters (300 feet) high, offering a remarkable view of the city. This scientific panorama receives at least 600,000 visitors each year on an average.
It appears as if this grand currency note is an outcome of a creative billionaire who wanted to flaunt his money in the most exorbitant way possible! It is made up of 4,000 enameled glass tiles arranged together giving a puzzle like appearance. To catch the most impressive display of this 1,000 litu banknote, visit it during the night. It is truly an amazing architectural building in the world.
Recently completed after 100 years, this building mark as one of the most unique architectures present in the world. The crooked construction and unusual peculiarities makes it look like its straight from a Disney movie. It was first designed for a wealthy couple. Its interiors include an elevator, staircase along with an underground parking garage. Today, it serves as an exhibition center created by the Caixa Catalunya Foundation.
It seems as if the builders of this home were truly affected by the hustling-bustling cities, and wanted some complete isolation in the heart of nature. Nowhere in the world would you find such beautiful home amidst two giant granite rocks, overlooking the sea. This is truly a house of architectural genius. Built in the year 1861, this residence was intelligently designed to keep the heavy winds at bay, since this area is troubled by them most of the year. Unfortunately, you can only view and admire this home from a distance, in order not to annoy the residents.
This eccentric building may look as a humpty dumpty’s home to you! Many are not familiar that this surrealistic artwork holds the major portion of the Salvador Dali art collection. Even after his death, this building continues to honor his master pieces. Here, you will also find his grave in the center of the museum. Indeed one of the best architectural homes till date!
Showing off its dance skills, this building has an in depth historical background. Astonishingly this comical edifice was once a controversial topic. This building was bombed by the Americans during the World War II. This damaged structure was then remodeled by a local architect Vlado Milunić. It has won several accolades for being a remarkable architecture house, besides being immortalized on a special gold Czech Koruna coin.
As much as it looks like rock crystals thrusting out of the earth, this is just another fantastic creation made in the leisure park of Futuroscope, France. Proper caution and attention was taken before constructing this architectural wonder. A large Plexiglas model was put together using 3,000 plates. Thousands of hours were used to understand its complex angles on electronic simulators. Even the window cleaners here are required to have professional mountaineering capabilities.
This museum continues to allure visitors all over the world. When the museum’s director was given the authority to infuse creativity and design a great structure, he then created this flawless structure prepared from glass, limestone and titanium. When viewed from the adjacent Nervion River, it gives the most awe-inspiring panorama. This weirdest building in the world was featured in the James Bond starrer, “The World is not enough,” and Mariah Carey’s music video “Sweetheart”.
This crooked house is home to a mall, several restaurants and many office buildings. This building got immensely popular amongst the guests that an interior wall was specially designated as a “wall of fame” for partakers of artistic events to autograph their names.
From the time this idea was conceived till the day it was launched, it has taken nearly 6 years to complete this ambitious project. This is a home to thousands of natural plants species. It is also serving as an ecological education center. A rainforest aerial tower along with a robot made from electronics scrap, has all in all made it a popular hunt for science and eco buffs.