There are very few masterpieces that stand out uniquely. Apart from being usual, architecture is that art which go beyond and experiments with bringing such abstracts into reality. Below are some of the quirky buildings from around the world that would make you go in shock.
Location: Sopot, Poland
The building is considered as the most photographed building in the world, built in 2004 by famous architect Szotynscy Zaleski. The building looks like as it has been altered digitally. The place is an element of Rezydent Shopping centre in Sopot.
Location: Guimaraes, Portugal
This differently structured building looks from the age of famous flintstones'. The location is surrounded by the picturesque beauty which has comfortable interior, a fireplace and bullet proofs window. The place looks so dreamy.
Location: Beijing, China
The building is constructed egg shaped made of glass and titanium. The National Centre for the Performing Arts took 6 years to erect this kind of structure. The building was instigated by Paul Andeu in 2001and got completed in 2007.
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Raised in 1958 for the world expo, Atonium is the renowned figure in the city of Brussels. The structure stands 335 ft (102m) and forms a shape of an iron crystal atom exaggerated 165 billion times.
Location: Mexico City, Mexico
The house looks like a picture based on aquatic theme. The interior of the building makes you feel like you are in underwater with sea-shells made furniture. The owner of the house is a true nature lover, who kept that aspect of aquatic life alive.
Location: Isla Mujeres, Mexico
The house is beautiful and is surrounded by the Caribbean ocean. The interiors of the house are so amazing you will surely get awestruck. Inside you see coral faucets, conch shell sinks and sea shell made towel racks, which simply looks stunning.
Location: Missouri, USA
The most remarkable feature of downtown is the obscure garage in a book shelf like structure. Those books lined up in the miniature architecture are 25 feet high and nine feet wide.
Location: Rotterdam, Netherlands
The place looks so picturesque with cubic shaped houses lined one after the other. The structure is built by Piet Blom in the year of 1970. The building clearly defines the concept of utilization of space.
Location: Szymbark, Poland
This popular tourist spot looks like as if standing on its roof. During your visit make sure you do stand on the ceiling and experience the views like never before. You can enter the house through one of the window roofs.
Location: Dubai, UAE
Imagine you get to see the 360 degree view of the city? The place is designed by the David Fischer and keeps changing its shape every now and then. The tower keeps revolving and looks pretty unusual.