These are modern architectural wonders of the world. Offices, museums, stadiums, libraries, shopping malls – these buildings reflect the new wave of contemporary architecture. We will take you through some of the most unusual and creative buildings around the world.
Construction of basketball (Ohio, USA)
This is certainly the biggest basket of the world. The seven-storey headquarters of the Longaberger Basket Company Company is an extraordinary building 180,000 square meters, holding a replica of the famous market basket. Built at a cost of $ 30 million, was completed in two years.
Public Library Kansas City (Missouri)
The Kansas City Public Library stands out for its unique look for books. Kansas City has many architectural wonders.
Wonderworks (Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, USA)
WonderWorks is an amusement park for the mind combining education and entertainment with over 100 interactive exhibits. The most surprising is how the building is as if he had landed upside down. The inversion of the tunnel has been designed to realign the orientation so that you can defy gravity and play with all exposures and experiences.
The Crooked House (Poland)
The Krzywy Domek (Crooked House) is an irregularly shaped building in Sopot, Poland. Built in 2004, he was part of Rezydent mall.
Forest Spiral Hundertwasser Building (Germany)
Designed by the famous Austrian architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser, the magnificent spiral forest is located in Darmstadt, Germany. The structure of 12 floors with 105 apartments. The roof garden has a beech, maple and lime trees and a restaurant. Hundertwasser died in February 2000, before the building was completed.
Dancing Building (Prague, Czech Republic)
Designed by architect Vlado Croatian-Czech Milunic, the Dancing House was completed in 1996. It has a panoramic restaurant and several multinational companies.
The Torre Galatea Figueras (Spain)
The giant egg sculptures is the biggest attraction here. The Salvador Dali Museum in Figuerasis Theatre named after the wife of Dali. Dali lived there until his death in 1989.
Ferdinand Cheval Palace (France)
A splendid architectural wonder was built by a Cheval, Ferdinand. Factor French spent 33 years to build this building ideal. They say he tripped on a stone and was inspired by its shape. He’s back in place and started collecting stones for construction.
Cubic Houses (Rotterdam, Netherlands)
Kubuswoningen or cube houses, are a set of innovative houses built in Rotterdam and Helmond, the Netherlands. Designed by architect Piet Blom in 1984, has tilted the cube of a conventional house 45 degrees, and placed on a tower shaped like a hexagon.
10. Hang Nga Guesthouse (Vietnam)
Known as the "Crazy House" is a conventional building designed and built by Dang Viet Nga of Vietnam. Overall design of the building resembles a giant tree, carved with a design element that represents the natural forms, like animals, fungi, cobwebs and caves. By Multiple News