The buildings below will surprise visitors with new and innovative creations in their designs.
1. Transparent house, Japan
Located on the most populous street in Tokyo, the transparent house covers an area of 914 m and is the work of architect Sou Fujimoto. The floors are made up of 21 floor plates, distributed at many different heights, giving a very impressive look. Thanks to this special design, all members of the house can easily connect with each other in any room.
2. Real estate, Mexico
This architectural work was designed by Javier Senosiain and built in Naucalpan de Juarez. The house was completed in 2016. Besides the unique shape of the house, the colorful wall creating a rainbow effect is also an attraction to visit.
3. Flintstone House, USA
Located in Malibu, California, this place looks like a stone age house. The work was inspired by the house of a cartoon character in the famous “Family Flimtstone” . From the house, visitors can both watch the green hills and admire the clear blue ocean.
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4. Keret house, Poland
This unique architecture is located in the city of Warsaw. This is the narrowest house in the world when located between 2 buildings with a width of 92-152 cm. Designed by architect Jakub Szczesny in 2012, the house is considered an artistic symbol of the Polish Contemporary Art Organization.
5. Old Water Town, Belgium
This water tower was built in 1941 and remained in operation until the 1990s. Sometime later, it served as a city viewing tower. However, in 2007, this old water tower was completely renovated by Bham Design Studio as a family home.
6. Roof apartment on Brooklyn clock tower, USA
600 m2 apartment is located in Brooklyn Clock Tower, with unique and high-class architecture. Four walls are surrounded by giant clock faces and overlooking the three large cities of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens.
7. Hotel Costa Verde, Costa Rica
The Boeing 727, which has been damaged since 1965, has been repaired to become a full-service Costa Verde hotel. This aircraft is located at an altitude of about 15 m above the ground. As a result, visitors can fully enjoy the unique beauty of the beautiful Manuel Antonio National Park.
8. Toilet Park, South Korea
From a private house of the mayor of Suwon, the “giant toilet” became a museum in 2009, then the park in 2012. Visitors are encouraged to freely explore the sculpture statues. and imitate funny moves here.
9. Egg house, China
The egg-shaped house of the young man who just graduated from university has become famous throughout the streets of Beijing. At a cost of 965 USD , the “egg” house was built of bamboo, covered with wooden sacks and grass seeds outside. Due to its modest area, this place is only enough for a single bed and some odd things.
10. Lubbock steel buildings, USA
This is a huge work of art and is made entirely of steel crafts. The work of sculptor Robert Bruno has a strange and confusing appearance. While many tourists consider this to be a flying object (UFO), others associate it with an insect.
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