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Top 10 Places to Visit the World’s Wackiest Architecture
For the holiday experience of a lifetime, book a world trip to discover the world’s wackiest architecture! From giant picnic baskets and robots to flowers and house attacks, we’ve really gone all out with these creations.
The Lotus Temple in India is one of the most breathtaking pieces of architecture in the world. While it may be a little out of the ordinary, the design of this building represents a blooming lotus, creating a picture of perfection in the night sky.
Found in the quirky streets of Sopot in Poland, The Crooked House is a famed tourist attraction. With a design inspired by the works of Jan Marcin Szancer and Per Dahlberg, it is easy to see why this building became an architectural masterpiece.
Appropriately titled as ‘House Attack’, the Erwin Wurm structure in Vienna is one of the most photographed structures in the world. As the name suggests, a house is seen to be wedged onto the side of a tall building, as if it was picked up in a strong gust of wind and transported to its resting spot.
The world’s largest greenhouse, located in the United Kingdom, is not only visited by green thumbs, but also lovers of architecture. The positioning of the structures makes it appear as though bubbles have appeared across the countryside.
The innovative architecture of the French is not something new, although the Palais Bulles in Cannes is absolutely astonishing. Designed only using curved materials, the structure is warped both on the interior and exterior.
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The Atlantis often leaves visitors in awe, due to its sheer enormity. While it’s all luxury at the hotel, the design incorporates a breathtaking cut-out and palace-like features. If you’re intrigued by this architectural masterpiece, find flights to Dubaiand experience the magic today!
Now recognised as a world wonder, the pyramids of Egypt are like no other structures in the world. Created centuries ago, these magnificent pyramids are still seen to be the epitome of architectural creations.
While Canada is not typically known for its wacky architectural designs, the Ripley’s Believe it or Not Museum is a skyscraper tipped onto its side; completed with a giant ape, upside down signs and a hanging window-washer.
Thailand may have a few interesting pieces of architecture, throughout the country, but there’s no beating the Robot Building in Bangkok. As the name suggests, the enormous skyscraper looks exactly like a robot, right down to the eyes, shape and antenna.
Have you ever wanted step inside an enormous picnic basket? Well, in Ohio your wildest dreams can come true. Complete with giant picnic basket handles over the roof, this seven storey corporate building is one of the wackiest architectural designs in the world, suitably titled ‘The Basket Building’!