Unusual and Bizarre Building Designs

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Architecture is known to be the art and science of designing and constructing buildings and other physical structures with the help of a person or a computer — principally to provide shelter. In the late 20th century, different new concepts were incorporated in the area of both structure and function. This is the reason why we nowadays cannot design a building without first keeping the future in our minds.
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Below we present to you the most bizarre yet fantastic architectural masterpieces of the modern world. Feel free to share with us other creative buildings in case we’ve missed them.

Bizarre Architectural Designs

Wonderworks – Pigeon Forge, TN

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Library Parking Garage

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The Crooked House, Sopot, Poland

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The Basket Building, Ohio, USA

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Cubic Houses

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Federation Square, Melbourne

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The UFO house in Sanjhih

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OH Columbus – Audible Dwelling 2

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Nord LB building, Hannover, Germany

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Tempe Municipal Building, Arizona, USA

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Dancing Building (Prague, Czech Republic)

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The Tianzi Hotel, China

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Gehry building II in Düsseldorf

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Manchester Civil Justice Centre

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Stone house

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Nakagin Capsule Tower, tokyo

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Take me to your… architect

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Standing alone

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The Alien landed…

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Royal Ontario Museum (ROM)

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The Device to Root Out Evil

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ING Headquarters (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

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Upside Down House (Szymbark, Poland)

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Stata Center (Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA)

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Dan and the house (Texas, USA)

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Erwin Wurm: House Attack (Viena, Austria)

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Ripley’s Believe It or Not.2- Branson Missouri

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Container City (London, UK)

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Ripley’s – Actual Building for Ripley’s in Ontario, Canada

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Olympic Stadium (Montreal, Canada)

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Habitat 67 – Canada

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Walt Disney Concert Hall in Downtown Los Angeles

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La Pedrera, Spain)

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Strong Children’s Museumm, Rochester, USA

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National Belarusian Library in Minsk

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La Hospedería del Errante

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Cathedral of Brasilia, Brazil

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Atomium, Brussels, Belgium

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Chapel In the Rocks, USA

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Geisel Library

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Edificio Mirador, Madrid, Spain

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Aquil Akhter

Aquil Akhter is a web graphic designer and has been working in this field for 8 years. He also runs the blog webdesigncore.com, which focuses on free web resources and inspiration for designers and developers.

44 comments

  1. These are brilliant, who cares about the technical/traditional side of buildings, I defy anybody not to break into a smile when looking at these.

  2. Haha.. Cubic Houses are by far my favorite. Where did you find these images. It’s hilarious. Every time I see something like this, then I think ‘Why didn’t I become an architecht.

  3. Another crappy post…. 30 ways of making Noupe as crap as possible…
    Sad to see that this site is becoming so bad so quickly.

    My $2 Cents….

  4. What! No accommodations to warehouse the unemployables in comfort until their early deaths from refusal of treatment for curable medical conditions! How gratuitously McMansioneering of you, Yankee Doodle. Funny how the chaff falls away to rot in a pile at the bottom of the capitalists structures! Sad waste of humanity is collateral damage for a thriving economy! Hitler’s furnaces would be more humane, America.

    1. What are you on about Uncle B? Did I miss something, coz all I saw was a group of interesting pictures of some very different ideas in architecture… but then, I think that was the point of the post. Why attack it for not addressing a social injustice it never set out to address? How random of you.

  5. It might be hard to find the front door sometimes after a pub crawl, and the first step is a doozy on some of these, but who cares. When can I move in? Some of these are genius.

  6. I’ve been on Erwin Wurm: House Attack (Viena, Austria) building and does not have the house on the roof. The post photo is a fake!

    1. It depends how you define fake. It’s not like the house was Photoshopped on. I believe it may have been a temporary fixture though. Lets face it, it is the Museum of Modern Art.

  7. Great stuff! It’s good to know that imaginative architecture does not reside entirely in the past. The library’s parking station is my favourite.

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  9. its so very outstanding,if every design is standing in stable equilibrium amazing and fabulos most of them are confusing

  10. Nice buildings. But why don’t you say that the Cubic Houses are located in Rotterdam, The Netherlands?

    Eveline

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