Top Strangest Buildings In The World You Won’t Believe
In this world, there are many strange and unusual buildings you won’t believe they are existed. In this article we are going to talk about some of these buildings and how they were done. Please read carrefully and tell us about your impressions.
- Stone House
One of the most strangest buildings is Stone house in Portugal, it really resembles the famous home of the Flintstones. This house was built between two rocks and was linked with a concrete mix. The stone house’s design attracts thousands of tourists each year. The stone house is comfortable inside, having a fireplace and everything necessary. It is an example of modern architecture in Stone Age style.
- Dancing Building
Also known as Fred and Ginger, it is situated in Prague, Czech Republic. It is an amazing masterpiece of architecture which becomes a symbol of the city. It has daring and curvy outlines. It was designed by Vlado Milunic and Frank Gehry. The top floor is opened to the public where you can find Ginger & Fred Restaurant.
- The Niteroi Contemporary Art Museum
The Niteroi Contemporary Art Museum is situated in Brazil and it is significant building for the city. It was built in 1996 and designed by Oscar Niemeyer with the help of Bruno Contarini.The building is 16 meters high, the diameter of its cupola is 50 meters and it is surrounded by the sea. The structure of the building frames the panoramic views of the city of Rio De Janeiro.
- La Pedrera
Also known as Casa Milà, it is situated in Barcelona, Spain. This house was designed by Antoni Gaudí. Tourists can go to the top floor, the attic and the roof of the building. Casa Milà is one of the most famous buildings of the Catalan Art.
- The Crooked House
Also known as Krzywy Domek. The Crooked House is situated in Sopot, Poland. It was built in 2004. It looks pretty much like coming from a cartoon movie.This building is a popular landmark for tourists and photographers because it has amazing and extraordinary structure.
- Forest Spiral – Hundertwasser Building
Forest Spiral is situated in Germany and was completed in 2000. The colour and the movement of the spiral is warm and stylish which make it one of the most amazing buildings. The building was designed by the architect Heinz Springmann.
- National Centre for the Performing Arts
National Centre for the Performing Arts is situated in China, The building was designed by the architect Paul Andreu and was completed in 2007. It looks like an egg floating on water. The building seats 5,452 people in three halls.
- Habitat 67
Habitat 67 is situated in Montreal, Canada. It resembles a very interesting arrangement of cubes that children play with. The building is stable and comfortable for living. It is designed by the architect Moshe Safdie and was completed in 1967.
- Cubic Houses
Cubic Houses are situated in Rotterdam and Helmond in the Netherlands.They are a set of innovative houses, each house represents a tree and altogether make a forest. They are designed by the architect Piet Blom. The building is amazing which contains 38 small cubes, and they all are attached one to another.
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