Weird and Amazing Buildings Around the World
Posted in: Architecture
On February 29, 2020

If you think that sleek lines, uber-modern creation, and elegant structures are modern architecture then let us provide you with some unique structures. Check out some beautiful, amazing and weird buildings all around the world at The Architecture Designs.

Mind House (Barcelona, Spain)

Mind House

source: flickr.com

The house has three floors and an attic, the roof is painted with the greyish white color. It was built by famous Architect Gaudi, as private property but nowadays the Building serves the purpose of the museum and the personal and the private work of Gaudi is arranged there for exhibiting to the public.

Atomium (Brussels, Belgium)

Atomium

source: presidentbrusselshotel.be

Is a structure designed by Andre Waterkeyn, which is in the shape of the Atomic formation of the gamma allotrope. It is made of steel and has 9 spheres arranged in the atomic structure. The height of the structure is 102 meters having a diameter of 18 meters. 5 of the spheres are open for the public for the exhibition.

Casa da musica (Porto, Portugal)

Casa da musica

source: flytoporto.com

It is a concert hall designed by Rem Koolhaas. It has the space having 1300 seats in the concert hall and a small hall having 50 seats. The stairs lead to the main hall and the level above it where you can see the main hall in the shape of a simple shoebox.

Cathedral of Brasilia (Brazil)

Cathedral of Brasilia

source: cntraveler.com

 It is the Roman Catholic Cathedral designed by the Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer. The main attractions of the structure are the four bells and the windows made with Glass painted in White and Blue.

Guggenheim Museum (Bilbao, Spain)

Guggenheim Museum

source: britannica.com

the structure is covered in the 32500 square meters beside the Nervion River. The museum possesses nineteen different galleries covering the Exhibiting space of 11000 square meters. The 10 galleries possess the stone finishing and the other 9 contains titanium finish.

Habitat 67 (Montreal, Canada)

Habitat 67

source: wikipedia.org

It comprises of the 354 identical houses, which are arranged into the different combinations, having a height of 12 stories. The beauty of the structure is that they have many qualities like having gardens, privacy, a fresh environment, etc.

House Attack (Vienna, Austria)

House Attack

source: trendingnews.news

This Structure was built in the year of 2006, as a one of the Contemporary Art Museum, The building in the top is built as if it had fallen on the Main Building, it provides visitors with 7000 works of Art.

Kansas City Library (Missouri, USA)

Kansas City Library

source: pinterest.com

It is built with the structure that represents 22 books arranged as if they are arranged in the bookshelf. Each book is constructed 9 feet wide and 25 feet long covered with amazing artistic work alongside it.

La Pedrera (Barcelona, Spain)

La Pedrera

source: en.wikipedia.org

It is also one of the best works of the great architect Antoni Gaudi, it was the home of Mila family and they acquired the main floor and rented the others.

Lotus Temple (Delhi, India)

Lotus Temple

source: reddit.com

Lotus temple was built in 1986, designed by Fariborz Sahba, the structure is inspired by the shape of lotus flower created with 27 petals having 9 sides arranged in the clusters of three each.

Low impact woodland house (Wales, UK)

Low impact woodland house

source: oddcities.com

The house is given the appearance of Hobbit home, built in 2005. The design is such that the weather in the house is kept warm in the winter day also with natural beauty and modern appliances like solar panels, lightings, and computers.

Museum of Contemporary Art (Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Museum of Contemporary Art

source: champ-magazine.com

It was designed by Oscar Niemeyer having the collection of 1217 works of the art collector Joao sattamini. The Shape of the Museum is Saucer Shaped having the beach at the bottom.

Rotating Tower, Dubai, UAE

Rotating Tower

source: arch20.com

The rotating tower idea has been introduced by David Fisher; it is 80 storied building where all the floors are able to rotate in 360 degrees in both directions. It is made with the view that everybody can see both the east river and the Hudson River.

Stone House (Guimares, Portugal)

Stone House

source: commons.wikimedia.org

The house is constructed between two giant stones connected with the concrete mix. The house contains features like windows as well as the front doors attracting a lot of tourists every day.

The Crooked House (Sopot, Poland)

The Crooked House

source: pinterest.com

The building is built by a team of designers named Szotynscy and Zaleski, covering the area of 4000 square meters. It is the hub of many restaurants and shops ready to meet new tourists every day.

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