Look around you. There are houses and buildings. What you see, however, is probably not eye-catching architecture. Presenting 20 creative buildings from around the world for you to enjoy!
This shopping mall was designed by Vitruvius and Sons. It is located in St. Petersburg, Russia.
This beautiful basket is the headquarters of Longaberger Company in Newark, Ohio (USA). This unique building is famously known as the world’s largest basket.
This building is any book-lover’s heaven. Structured like a single book shelf, this beautiful architectural construction is in Kansas City, Missouri (USA).
Built in 1958, this museum of technology and design has eight floors. The floors are dedicated to museum space and restaurants. Atomium is situated in Brussels, Belgium.
A small village in Szymbark, northern Poland, is a huge tourist attraction every year since 2007 because of a unique house designed by the philanthropist Daniel Czapiewski.
Built in a rural area of Huainan, Anhui, China, this piece of musical structure consists of a violin and a piano.
Care for some tea? Drop by this hotel in Zunyi, China.
Situated in Dubai, Atlantis is the heart of Palm Jumeirah, the man-made island, that describes the word “grand” to its full context.
The house says it all. This is located in Dalat, Vietnam.
Pierre Cardin’s residence in the early eighties, this bubble house is located in Cannes, France.
Also situated in Dubai, Rotating Tower rotates around a central axis, each floor twirling separately and giving new views at each turn.
A restaurant in Auckland, New Zealand, these onion shaped structures hang from trees.
The Crooked House is a shopping centre in Sopot, Poland. This building has peculiar outer and inner walls.
A Japanese museum and lab, the whole building is covered by solar panels. It is owned by Panasonic Corporation.
This dazzling leaning tower is located in Abu Dhabi.
This beautiful Treehouse is in Traver, California. It has a bar and a cafe.
This delicious egg has 13 floors and is located in Mumbai, India.
You will find this swirling skyscraper in Malmo, Sweden. This is luxurious residential apartments, containing a few offices as well.
Situated in North Korea, this futuristic looking hotel is aged more than a quarter-century and is still incomplete.
With glass resembling a crack in the middle, this colorful building is the headquarters of Ericsson Telecommunications in Stockholm, Sweden.
I hope you have enjoyed this little journey of unique architecture from around the globe. Stay well and be creative!
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