12 Most Insane Architecture Designs From Around The World

If you have got the enough money you can build something interesting for yourself and you can be onto this list as well. Well you need imagination and a brain of a child to create something like these building which made on this post. Colors are important as well to create something which will be loved by the most.

Bubble Palace, Cannes, France

 

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Pierre Cardin’s former home, constructed in 1989 in the south of France, is now an international must-see architecture destination.

Antti Lovag designed the complex that was used as a backdrop for a Dior show earlier this year. The house is comprised of 28 round rooms and does not have any right angles; Lovag called it“an aggression against nature.”

 

Crooked House, Sopot, Poland

 

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Built in 2004, the playful Crooked House in Poland is designed as an homage to children’s book illustrator Jan Marcin Szancer.

 

Nido De Quetzalcoatl, Naucalpan De Juárez, Mexico

 

The nest of the Quetzalcoatl — a feathered serpent worshipped by the Mayans — comes to life in Mexico.

The magical, surreal architecture of Javier Senosian is hard to convey in either words or pictures. So here’s a video:

Happy Rizzi House, Braunschweig, Germany

 

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Pop artist James Rizzi designed the Happy Rizzi House, which has been affectionately known as the happiest house on earth since it was built in 2001.

The building was at first met with shock and dismay by residents when it was constructed, but is now regarded as a representative of the city’s architecture.

 

Longaberger Basket Building, Ohio, U.S.

 

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The Longaberger Basket Building is the seven-story headquarters of Longaberger baskets.

The building is a Longaberger Medium Market Basket blown up to 160 times its size — complete with heated handles that prevent ice formation.

 

Dancing Building, Prague, Czech Republic

 

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Frank Gehry, one of the preeminent architects of the 21st century, has impressive buildings around the world, but none manifest his design whimsy more clearly than this one in Prague.

Designed in partnership with Croatian Vlado Milunić and completed in 1996, the building was originally nicknamed “Ginger and Fred” after the famous dancing pair.

 

Robert Bruno House, Texas, U.S.

 

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In the middle of Ransom Canyon, Texas, Robert Bruno built a space-age steel house overlooking the desert.

He died before the structure was completed, but to mourn the unfinished product would discredit Bruno’s mission: “The motivation here is really to do something that has some aesthetic value. I’m not particularly concerned about having a house,” Bruno said. “I build it because I like doing sculpture.”

 

Big Sheep Wool Building, Tirau, New Zealand

 

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In a country where there are more sheep than people, it only makes sense to have a giant building in the shape of one.

The Big Sheep Wool Gallery is home to a wool museum and shop, and sits next to the town information center, which is obviously in the shape of a herding dog.

 

Shell House, Isla Mujeres, Mexico

 

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For $1,500, you can spend a week in a giant house in the shape of a shell.

 

Lotus Temple, Delhi, India

 

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Equal parts space castle and jagged lotus flower, the Bahá’í House of Worship is an intricate ode to the Bahá’í faith.

Built by Fariborz Sahba in 1986, the temple has become a place of worship for people of all religions. According to Bahá’í law, no sermons can be delivered or ritualistic ceremonies performed inside the temple, only the reading of scriptures from any religion in any language.

 

Snail House, Sofia, Bulgaria

 

In 2008, a giant building in the shape of a rainbow snail was erected in Bulgaria, because why not.

 

Niki de Saint Phalle’s Empress, Tuscany, Italy

 

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Niki de Saint Phalle‘s whimsical art comes to life in the Tarot Garden in Tuscany.

The garden houses 22 works by Saint Phalle, depicting the 22 major arcana of the tarot deck. The entire project took nearly 20 years to complete and, while working on it, Saint Phalle made the impressive Empress building her home.

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