Top Strangest Buildings In The World
Architecture and art gives a different dimension. This article list out’s ‘Top Strangest Building In The World’. Now-a-days, buildings are not built like a typical structure, lot of new feature have added to this. Swimming pool, unique layout, luxurious amenities and great view has become a prime element to withstand from crowd of other building.
- Portugal: Stone House
The Stone House structure reminds us of Flintstones house. The structure is made from two rocks, which gives a different touch of aesthetic. The Stone house was attack from vandals, it also went through a sequence of attacks, and today it is equipped with bullet shield windows and doors. The house today has all essential amenities and quite comfy.
- Prague – Dancing Building
The Dancing building which is also known as ‘Fred and Ginger’ situated in Czech Republic, Prague. It is an amazing masterpiece displaying its own charm. It was designed by Vlado Milunic with Frank Gehry. Today it is considered as an iconic symbol of the city.
- Canada – Habitat 67
Habitat 67 it is a complex in Canada, with an interesting arrangement of cubes. The design and structure are quite original and unique, at the same time the structure is stable and comfortable for living. Moshe Safdie designed this building, and today it is a main attraction.
- Germany – Forest Spiral
Forest Spiral the project of distinctive complex was completed in 2000. The structure is truly amazing with green roof which resemble like a spiral. The whole design is very stylish, warm, cozy and spectacular. Friedensreich Hundertwasser is an artist who designed this masterpiece and was elegantly implemented by architect Heinz Springmann.
- Netherlands – Cubic Houses
Cubic houses in Netherland, Rotterdam and Helmond were designed by Piet Blom. It is hexagon formed pylons which resemble trees. There are total 38-cubes which are attached one to another in a perfectly genius manner.
- Spain – La Pedrera
La Pedrera is also known as Casa Mila in Barcelona, Spain. The tale behind the house is great. The structure was designed by Antoni Gaudi, it is quiet stylish and unconventional. Most visitors reach at top floor to have a great look of a masterpiece.