In this ever so growing world of architecture, we often come across building and structures that just blows our mind away with their simplistic complexities. Here are 7 such amazing building designs from around the world that shows the ultimate power and strength of the human mind and perception.
The Haines Shoe House was built in 1949 by their eccentric owners who owned 50+ shoe stores. It's now a museum, one which is really popular as well!
Located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The upside down building is an amusement park known as Wonderworks.
Designed by Frank O. Gehry, the Guggenheim Museum is one of the largest museums in Spain. With its abstract sculpture like design, it has close to 33,000 thin titanium sheets covering its exterior giving it a unique color and light effect depending on the weather conditions.
Popularly known as La Pedrera or stone quarry. Casa Mila was built between 1906 to 1912 by Antoni Gaudi and was one of his last buildings. Because of the uniqueness of the building, it was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1984.
Regarded as one of America's most beautiful library, The Kansas City Public Library wall depicts The Community Bookshelf with 22 book titles reflecting genres selected by Kanas city readers.
This beautiful building is designed in a shape of a half-open lotus depicting equality and unity for all religions.
The seven-story building is the corporate headquarters for Longaberger Basket Company that specializes in, well you guessed it right, baskets indeed. The size of the building is approximately 160 times of Longaberger’s Medium Market Basket.
The main idea behind this design is to create a forest of cubes with living space in it. it is designed on top of a pedestrian bridge.
One of the most peculiar building structures in the Poland, The Crooked House, was inspired by children's book illustrator Jan Marcin Szancer's works.