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World's MOST Unusual Buildings

From towers that do the twist … to some seriously surreal structures… to … Here are 33 of the world’s most unusual buildings

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#6 National Center for the Performing Arts
Located in Beijing, this is actually an arts center that contains an opera house. The ellipsoid dome is constructed from glass and titanium, and completely surround by an artificial lake. Some people think the aesthetics make the building look like an egg floating on the water … and that was actually done by design. It was intended to evoke an iconic look, that would make the performing arts center instantly recognizable. Did it work?

#5 Capital Gate
Rising more than 500 feet, this is one of the tallest towers in Abu Dhabi. It was built with an intentional lean, that definitely gets your attention. In fact, Guinness has certified Capital Gate as the ‘world’s furthest leaning manmade tower’ … it was constructed to incline about 18-degrees to the west. That around four times more than the Leaning Tower of Pisa.


#4 City of Arts & Sciences
This structure kind of looks like a UFO that crash landed into a lake. But the City of Arts & Sciences is an entertainment based cultural complex in Valencia, Spain … and is thought of as that city’s most important modern tourist destination. THe centerpiece is known as ‘the eye of knowledge’ … and it does in fact resemble a huge eye that appears to open. Areas of the complex have appeared in video games, films and TV shows including Gran Turismo 6, Dr Who, and Tomorrowland.

#3 Taum Sauk
At first glance, you might think you’re looking at a huge, kidney-shaped swimming pool … or maybe some work of modernistic art. The first guess wouldn’t be too far off the mark, actually. The uniquely shaped building is actually the Taum Sauk Hydroelectric Power Station located in the Missouri Ozarks Mountains. The station was shut down in 2005 after the upper reservoir suffered a major catastrophe, and didn’t reopen again until 2010.

#2 Atomium
Found in Brussels, this unique structure stands around 335 feet tall. The stainless steel spheres are around 60 feet in diameter. They connect to form the likeness of a unit cell of an iron crystal that has been magnified 165 billion times. It serves as a museum, and has been named one of Europe’s most bizarre buildings!

#1 Palais Ideal
Would you believe this amazing structure in southeastern France was created by a man who had no formal education or training as an architect? Ferdinand Cheval was a postman who spent 33 years building his Ideal Palace. He collected wheelbarrows filled with stones. Binding them together with lime and cement, he steadily constructed the building … even working through the night using an oil lamp. He gained gained recognition and accolades from contemporary masters like Picasso. Cheval said his inspiration came from a dream where he saw himself building a castle.
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We love to design and build things. Take a look around any town or city and you’ll see a wide range of buildings and structures, each with its own unique characteristics and each meant to fill a role in our lives. Sure there are the usual houses and apartments that you can find almost anywhere, but chances are there are at least a couple very distinct buildings that stand out from the rest. Perhaps it’s that extravagant mansion down the road, the new recreation center built downtown or the futuristic looking school that your kids go to. For good or bad, these buildings stand out because they often represent the cutting edge of design and construction.

Despite what that bland and newly constructed subdivision across the way might suggest to you, humans are always pushing the limits when it comes to designing and building things. On an everyday basis, think of the all-glass skyscrapers which have popped up so dominantly among the skylines of the world’s cities. These took over from massive concrete high-rises which, themselves, replaced stone and brick office buildings. Even the traditional apartment building is transformed from a conventionally shaped rectangle to a structure which can feature numerous twists and bends. Changes in design and building materials can not only be meant to add a modern look to a city but also replace the bland and colorless features we often associate with traditional style high-rises.

On a bigger scale, we have designed and built some truly impressive buildings over the last several decades. From the 2717 foot Burj Khalifa in Dubai to One World Trade Center in New York to the CN tower in Toronto, the list of impressive buildings is quite long. In fact, across the globe we have constructed dozens of buildings which are nearly 1000 feet or more in height. Fuelled by technology and the competition between designers and nations, these buildings are notable because of their sheer size. Given the rate of constructing these giant buildings over the last 15 years alone, the trend of building bigger and higher doesn’t look like it’s anywhere near ending.

While there are many massive and tall buildings which have captured our imaginations over the years, this video doesn’t look at them. Instead, this video looks at some of the strangest buildings ever created around the world. These structures represent some of the extremes of construction and engineering. Perhaps more importantly, they represents the extremes of artists and architectural design. From family dwellings to centers of business, from libraries to the just plain inexplicable, ahead you’ll find a wide range of strange designs. Some will definitely leave you amazed while others will likely leave you wondering why on earth someone would build something so strange. In any event, after seeing some of these creations, you might just appreciate living across the way from that bland, newly built subdivision which lacks any sort of character. After all, as you’ll see in a couple instances we look at ahead, it could be a lot worse.



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There are more buildings in the world than any person can count. You’d die of old age, and probably go crazy in the process.
Most of these buildings are designed by architects - architects who dreamed of creating structures since they were just kids building treehouses.

Somewhere in their career - after designing dozens of boring buildings - something happens to these architects. They snap and design something absolutely insane.

That’s why today we’re bringing you 10 absolutely insane building that must have been created by madmen. You’ll see a research facility that looks like it belongs on Mars, a house straight out of Alice in Wonderland, and even buildings with their own ecosystem.
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9. Elephant Building
8. Cubic Houses
7. Office Center 1000 (Banknote Building)
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5. The Piano House
4. Kansas City Library
3. Capital Gate
2. The Dancing House
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# 6 Lotus Building
This building blooms out of a beautiful artificial lake in Wujin, China. This is a floating flower turned into a fantastic sight called the Lotus Building. It is a two story building that is partly underground, that is the home to the city’s planning bureau, exhibition halls, meeting rooms, and conference centers. Although it is a largely functional structure, it was also built to be a sculptural piece of art. The inside looks as striking as the outside.

# 5 Seattle Central Library
This glass building is the Seattle Public Library System’s flagship building - the Seattle Central Library. The building was meant to look like separate glass platforms that are being held together by a steel net. This super geometric building can hold 1.4 million books and attracted over 2 million visitors in its first year of operation. The coolest thing about the Seattle Central Library is the fact that it looks like a place out of a dream from Inception

# 4 Beijing National Stadium
The Beijing National Stadium also called the Bird’s Nest for obvious reasons, is a premiere stadium used to host football matches, and is scheduled to host the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics. It can seat up to 91,000 which is impressive but hard to fill. Since the 2009 Beijing Summer Olympics, the Bird's Nest struggles to keep up with maintenance costs. So now, you can rent a Segway for 20 dollars and do laps around an Olympic field. That might be the closest thing you get to running in a bona fide Olympic stadium.

# 3 Odeillo Solar Furnace
Usually, when the glass facade of a building is creating heat rays, it's an accident, not deliberate, but there are buildings built specifically to utilize this phenomenon. A Solar Furnace is a mirrored structure that is constructed at a curve, used to magnify solar power and produce extremely high temperatures, generate electricity, make hydrogen fuel, or melt steel. The largest Solar Furnace in the world is the one at Odeillo, France. This furnace is more than 177 feet tall and can create temperatures up to 6,330 degrees Fahrenheit.

# 2 Walkie-Talkie Tower / 20 Fenchurch
A skyscraper in London called 20 Fenchurch was making the rounds in the news a few years ago because of its distinct shape, but that attention wasn’t necessarily positive. If you remember the Solar Furnaces that use a curved glass shape to magnify the sun’s rays to super-hot temperatures, you might be able to guess why 20 Fenchurch was making headlines. 20 Fenchurch, which is almost ubiquitously called the Walkie-Talkie Tower because of its shape, was reflecting sun’s rays and literally melting things on the sidewalk in front of it. Cars, tiles, doormats and even people were melting, frying, and burning up underneath the Walkie-Talkie Tower. It’s no surprise that in 2015, 20 Fenchurch AKA the Walkie-Talkie Tower was voted UK’s worst building.

# 1 Ryugyong Hotel
This is the Ryugyong Hotel. It is a futuristic marvel of architecture with a distinct pyramid-like shape and unbelievable height of more than 1,000 feet. But the most unbelievable thing about the Ryugyong Hotel is not its size, its the location it calls home. Ryugyong Hotel stands in the city of Pyongyang, North Korea - a country addled with fascism and poverty. The Ryugyong was actually commissioned in the 1980s and despite its height, was an ugly building with weak concrete foundations and crooked elevator shafts that earned it the nickname “Hotel of Doom”. Then suddenly, in 2008 despite the fact that everyone thought it was unsalvageable, construction began again on the Hotel creating the mysterious glass building we can see today. But even then, tourists in North Korea are not allowed to visit the Hotel and it lies unoccupied and guarded by military police. It is completely forbidden to visit or enter the building which kind of defeats the purpose of a 105 floor, expensive, hotel. It towers above the rest of the city, probably built on unpaid labor and 24 years of on and off construction. After all that, it might not ever even be used.

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1.Habitat 67, Canada
2.Haines Shoe House, US
3.Upside Down House, Poland
4.National Centre for the Performing Arts, China
5.The Bubble Palace, France
6.Crocodile house, Ivory Coast
7.Airplane house, Nigeria
8.Toilet House, South Korea
9.Sun-dried brick home, Mexico
10.Shoe-shaped church, Taiwan
11.Ship House, Croatia
12.Wooden Skyscrapers, Russia
13.Domes, Indonesia
14.Dancing House, Czech Republic
15.Enterprise, China
16.Dar Al-Hajar, Yemen
17.Atomium, Belgium
18.Fallingwater House, US
19.Stone House, Portugal
20.Wine vat homes, Spain
21.Kunsthaus Graz, Austria
22.Longaberger Basket Building, US
23.Cube Houses, Netherlands
24.Guggenheim Museum, Spain
25.Casa da Música, Portugal
26.Le Kinémax Poitiers, France
27.Stata Center, Massachusetts, US
28.Community Bookshelf of Kansas City Public Library, US
29.Fuji Television Building, Japan
30.Beijing National Stadium, China
31.The narrowest house in the world, Poland
32.Mont-Louis Solar Furnace, France
33.Rock wall houses, Utah, US
34.Ripley's Believe it or Not! museum, Canada
35.Shipping container house, Australia
36.The Headington Shark, UK
37.Unique house, Czech Republic
38.The Crooked House, Poland
39.Walt Disney Concert Hall, US
40.Heliodome, France

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12. The Piano House — Anhui, China
This interestingly designed building can be found in Anhui, China. Built back in 2007, the Piano House was constructed by students at the University of Hefei and it serves as a showroom for city planners. The building is entered through the glass violin and from there you take the elevators into the body of the piano.This building has proved popular with tourists and local newlyweds who have their pictures taken out front.

11. The Crazy House — Dalat, Vietnam
This whimsical looking guesthouse can be found in Dalat, Vietnam where it has been compared to the likes of Gaudi and Salvador Dalí. The 5 story building was first opened back in 1990 and has made a name for itself attracting visiting tourists from all over. The main building is said to be inspired by nature and the surrounding environment. It was listed in the Top 10 Most Bizarre Buildings by the Chinese People’s Daily.

10. The Krzywy Domek — Sopot, Poland
The name for this headache-inducing building, Krzywy Domek, literally translates to “little-crooked house” in English. Found in Sopot Poland, this large office building is recognized as one of the seven wonders in the tri-city region that surrounds Sopot, Gdańsk, and Gdynia.

9. The Kunsthaus — Graz, Austria
The Kunsthaus was constructed back in 2003 as part of the European Capital of Culture celebration. This building is a contemporary art museum that is described as having a “biomorphic” shape that easily identified from the traditional architecture that encompasses it.

8. The Turning Torso — Malmö‎, Sweden
This Swedish skyscraper happens to be the tallest building in Sweden and also in all of Scandinavia. The building was designed by Santiago Calatrava and construction began on February 14, 2001. The whole project took 4 years to complete and finally ended on August 27, 2005. As you can see, the Turning Torso twists an entire 90 degrees from the bottom all the way to the top.

7. The Heydar Aliyev Cultural Center — Baku, Azerbaijan
The wondrous design of this building was created by a world-famous architect that goes by the name Zaha Hadid. The building is essentially free of any sharp edges and is revered for its smooth and flowing style.

6. The Ontario College of Art and Design — Toronto, Canada
This college is located in Toronto, Canada and stands at a height of roughly 82 feet from the ground. The University was given the highest architectural honor granted by the city of Toronto, the “Award of Excellence” from the Toronto Architecture and Urban Design Awards.

5. The Kansas City Library — Kansas City, Missouri, USA
The exterior wall of the Kansas City Library is built to look like the spines of 22 books that were recommended by the residents of the city as part of their “Community Bookshelf”. The spines are measured at being 25 feet long and 9 feet wide.

4. The Lotus Temple — Delhi, India
This temple is a Baha'i house of worship that was finished way back in 1986. There are only seven major Baha'i temples around the world and this is one of them.

3. The Longaberger Headquarters — Newark, Ohio, USA
The design for this company’s headquarters is based on their product, a wicker basket. In order to prevent any damage to the building or the employees, the handles of the building are designed to prevent any ice from forming by staying heated in the winter.

2. The Capital Gate — Abu Dhabi, UAE
This happens to be one of the tallest buildings in the entire city and the Capital Gate has even been certified by the Guinness Book of World Records. It was given the title of the “world’s furthest leaning man-made tower.” This tower leans at an incredible 18 degrees, even more than the Leaning Tower of Pisa.

1. The Winchester Mystery House — San Jose, California, USA
This home is probably the most famously bizarre house to ever hit the market. The owner of the home, Sarah Winchester, believed that her family was haunted by the spirits that were killed by the Winchester rifles her husband sold and so she set out to construct this house after husband’s death in order to appease the spirits. The house is built with empty rooms and staircases that lead to nowhere in order to confuse the ghosts. All in all, this house was designed with roughly 160 rooms and stands at 4 stories high.

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From family homes to public hotels these are 25 of the strangest and most unusual buildings on Earth.





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Atomium (Brussels, Belgium)
Kansas City Library (Missouri, USA)
Rotating Tower, Dubai, UAE
Habitat 67 (Montreal, Canada)
The National Library (Minsk, Belarus)
House Attack (Vienna, Austria)
Cubic Houses (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
The Church of Hallgrimur, Reykjavik, Iceland
Eden project (United Kingdom)
Atlantis (Dubai, UAE)
Wonderworks (Pigeon Forge, TN, USA)
Montreal Biosphere (Canada)
The Basket Building (Ohio, USA)
Forest Spiral (Darmstadt, Germany)
Casa de Pedra, Portugal
Nautilus House (Mexico City, Mexico)
Cathedral of Brasilia (Brazil)
Edificio Mirador, Madrid, Spain
Ryugyong Hotel, Pyongyang, North Korea
Elephant Building (Bangkok, Thailand)
Shark Bar (Perm, Russia)
Piano shaped building (Huainan, China)
House Between The Rocks (France)
Guitar Museum (TN, USA)
The Hole House (Texas, USA)

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Let’s face it. There’s always construction happening in New York City and always a new building popping up. In recent years, we’ve had so many additions to the skyscraper line-up that the city skyline will be forever changed. Though many of these new buildings are miles tall and very impressive, they leave much to be desired in the creative department.

However, there are many less prominent, but ingenious modern masterpieces out there whose originality will stop you dead in your tracks. Today, I plan to take you along on a trip throughout the city, so that we can explore some of the quirkiest and most creative modern architecture you will feast you eyes on. In the mix are some new construction, as well as some more established ones that have been around for decades.

Tourists, architecture buffs, design freaks, and even locals, hold on tight cause it’s gonna be a fun and crazy ride today!

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56 LEONARD ST
1. “Jenga Building” by Eden, Janine and Jim - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
2. “Jenga Building” by Topher. - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
3. “Jenga tower” by Billie Grace Ward - CC BY 2.0 and 4.0 - Flickr
4. “Jenga tower” by Billie Grace Ward - CC BY 2.0 and 4.0 - Flickr
THE OCULUS
1. “Oculus” by Patrick Emerson - CC BY-ND 2.0 - Flickr
2. “20180802 50 Oculus” by David Wilson - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
3. “The Oculus” by Frank - CC BY-ND 2.0 - Flickr
4. “The Oculus and One World Trade Center” by Kenneth Lu - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
41 COOPER SQUARE
1. “The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art” by John Wisniewski- CC BY-ND 2.0 - Flickr
2. “The Cooper Union - Cooper Union Academic Building Entrance” by Ajay Suresh - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
3. “Lobby” by JohnRH4 - CC BY-SA 2.0 - Flickr
4. “The Cooper Union's Foundation Building - South Side” by Ajay Suresh - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
5. “Cooper Union - Cooper Union Academic Building” by Ajay Suresh - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
VESSEL
1. “The Vessel” by T.Tseng - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
2. “2019.05.16 The Vessel, New York City, NY USA 02586” by Ted Eytan - CC BY-SA 2.0 - Flickr
3. “The Vessel at Hudson Yards” by T.Tseng - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
4. “2019.05.16 The Vessel, New York City, NY USA 0494” by Ted Eytan - CC BY-SA 2.0 - Flickr
5. “2019.05.16 The Vessel, New York City, NY USA 02562” by Ted Eytan - CC BY-SA 2.0 - Flickr
6. “2019.05.16 The Vessel, New York City, NY USA 02573” by Ted Eytan - CC BY-SA 2.0 - Flickr
7. “Trader Joe's” by kennejima - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
THE SHED
1. “The Shed - Complete” by Ajay Suresh - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
2. “high line” by london road - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
3. “The Shed” by Lewis J Goetz - Unsplash
4. “The Shed at night” by Ergo Sum - CC BY-SA 4.0 - Wikimedia Commons
5. “The Shed” by Eden, Janine and Jim - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
6. “The Shed - Wheels” by Ajay Suresh - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
7. “shed” by london road - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
8. “hat” by london road - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
THE GUGGENHEIM
1. “Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum (48059131351)” by Ajay Suresh - CC BY 2.0 - Wikimedia Commons
2. “The Guggenheim Museum (New York, USA 2012)” by Paul Arps - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
3. “Guggenheim Museum- New York City” by Sam valadi - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
4. “atrium” by london road - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
5. “good artists” by london road - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
6. “Gugenheim Museum” by Maria Eklind - CC BY-SA 2.0 - Flickr
HEARST TOWER
1. “HEARST TOWER” by Iker Alonso - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
2. “The Hearst Tower” by gula08 - CC BY-ND 2.0 - Flickr
3. “Norman Forsters new Hearst Tower” by Patrick Gruban - CC BY-SA 2.0 - Flickr
4. “Hearst Building” by Will - CC BY-SA 2.0 - Flickr
5. “Hearst Tower” by Lauren Manning - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
6. “hearst building” by Dan DeLuca - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
7. “NYC Media Lab Research Summit 2013” by NYC Media Lab - CC BY-SA 2.0 - Flickr
TWA FLIGHT CENTER
1. “TWA Flight Center 2015 NY2” by Acroterion - CC BY-SA 3.0 - Wikimedia Commons
2. “TWA Flight Center 2015 NY3” by Acroterion - CC BY-SA 3.0 - Wikimedia Commons
3. “Gateway Arch North View Early Evening St. Louis (MO) June 2018” by Ron Cogswell - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
4. “TWA Flight Center (now the TWA Hotel)” by Glenn Beltz - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
5. Eero Saarinen's 1962 TWA Flight Center at Idlewild, New York” by kitmasterbloke - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
6. “The TWA Hotel at JFK Airport” by Anthony Quintano - CC BY 2.0 - Flickr
7. “Ambassadors Club, TWA Flight Center, John F. Kennedy International Airport, Jamaica, Queens, New York City, NY” by Warren LeMay - public domain - Flickr
8. “TWA Flight Center IMG 6887” by 21flowerpower21 - CC BY-SA 4.0 - Wikimedia Commons

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