Whenever we tend to travel far places, we get attracted to the famous buildings and architecture that may be so bizarre to our eyes and may look so eye-captivating.
But unlike a photograph, the physical structures give us a livelier look. Let’s have a look at the most unusual architecture that the world has got to offer us.
The Dancing House is set in a fine location with its unique design and is a modern building that is surrounded by historic references. The Dancing House was rewarded the design of the year global award by The Time Magazine. Every room of the house is well equipped with air conditioner, TV.
They are curious architectural wonders that is located in Netherlands. With the way it is constructed, the cubes sit tilted on a pole that is hexagonal in shape. The cubes have living areas which are said to be split into three different levels. The other name of the Cubic houses is Kubuswoningen.
Also known as Casa do Penedo, and was built from four large stones that serve as the foundation of the house. The House is said to be inspired by the Flintstones cartoon. The residence has some traditional components such as windows, doors and roof. The design of the house attracts flocks of tourists every year.
The Crooked House is a famous pub and restaurant in England. The one side of the building is now approximately around four feet lower than the other side. It was originally a farmhouse. But mining in the area started causing one side to begin gradually sinking. In 1940, this building was declared to be unsafe and was set for demolishment but was later rescued.
This building was built during the era of Soviet Union and is the second largest administrative building in the world which can be even seen from the space. Constructing this building meant to prove the world how wealthy and rich Romania was. Today the Palace has 400 chambers and 2 big halls that can be used instead of 1100 rooms.
Made as a graduate thesis and later converted into a temporary house for workers who came to work from all over the world, to work for the Expo 67. It is a landscape that seeks to reconcile the quality of life and urban surroundings. The building is built used only concrete and recyclable materials. Habitat 67 is home to 146 residences and 8 cubes.