Crazy architecture: the 7 strangest structures in the world

Exotic and original. Some of these buildings are residential or offices and others are simply tourist attractions. Which are the most unusual

They are the strangest buildings in the world for their original architectural structures, which attract the attention of any tourist who visits the country in which they are located. Each of them inside has many environments.

The Twisted House, in Poland

It has an area of ​​around 4000 square meters.  It is located in Bohaterów Monte Cassino 53

Its real name in Polish is ‘Krzywy Domek’ and in English ‘The Crooked House’ and is located in Sopot, on the coasts of Poland. It was built in 2004 and was inspired by the comics by Jan Marcin Szancer and Per Dahlberg. With curved lines simulating movement is one of the most attractive buildings in the country. Inside there are shops, restaurants, and bars.

The dancing house, in Prague

The sculpture is formed by intertwined metal strips that form a half circle

In the capital of the Czech Republic is the ‘The Dancing House’, built and designed in 1992 to pay tribute to the dancers Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. It stands out among the most peculiar Gothic, Baroque and Art Noveau buildings in the city. Inside it is a restaurant overlooking the Vltava River where tourists often visit and taste the signature dishes offered by the menu.

The basket house in the United States

Dave Longaberger, founder of the group, devised this original property based on its best-selling product, the picnic basket

It is located in Newark, Ohio. It is a huge architectural structure in the form of a picnic basket and is one of the headquarters of the company ‘Longaberger Basket Company ‘, one of the most recognized for the ‘basket bags’ made by hand. It has 6 floors and 59 meters high and 38 meters wide. This receives thousands of visits a year for its strange and striking design.

The Piano house, in China

At night the illumination of the edge of the structure with blue and white lights makes it possible to see the profile of the piano and the strings of the violin.

In Hui, a province of China, is ‘The Piano House’, with a peculiar design, a giant glass violin, and a piano-shaped building. It was built by the government in 2007 with the intention that music students from the university could come together to practice. This has meeting rooms, offices, concert halls, exhibition, and trials.

WonderWorks, in the United States

This attraction is located in Orlando

In Orlando, you will find this tourist attraction simulating the inverted White House. It is an amusement park to exercise the mind in 10,000 square meters with more than 100 exhibitions, simulators of earthquakes and hurricanes. Its design was created with the intention of making tourists believe that a tornado passed through the house.

The Pez building, in India

The architects of this structure designed it to capture the image of a fish so that its employees feel comfortable in their work

Opened in 2012, it is located in the city of Hyderabad, in India and is one of the headquarters of the National Fisheries Development Council of the country justifying the reason for the strange structure. The building has 4 floors and extends over 5 hectares with an estimated cost of 4 million euros. It is not open to the public, only those who work there can enter.

Marina Bay Sands, in Singapore

It is built with 181 tons of stainless steel with a capacity for 3,900 people, considered the longest in the world with the invisible edge

It is the most famous hotel in Singapore and costly at 5,700 million dollars with more than 2,560 rooms, convention center, shops, art museums, theaters, restaurants, and casinos. The main feature of the hotel is its renowned platform that simulates being a boat that has one of the best bars and the infinity pool with stunning views of the city.

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