World’s strangest buildings would you like to visit any of these?

Tired of looking at structures that are commonly made today? As you look from your left to your right, they all just start to look the same. But there are inventors and innovators out there with some amazing ideas that they are determined to put into action. Amazing Architects who design Art not buildings. Here are a few of the best of the best but there are lots more out there and some are on sightseeing tours for their unusual design.

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1 The Piano House, China

You’ve read it correctly alright and as its name is written, it’s a real piano like house! Can you believe it? Well, start believing because this house is for real. This building is shaped like a piano with a grand violin made out of glass for an entrance. The open top of the piano as you can see is said to serve as a canopy for the home’s roof terrace. Amazing, isn’t it? Located in Huainan, China and built in 2007, this captivating piano house is made by architecture students at Hefei University of Technology.

The Piano House, China

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2 The Crooked House, Poland

Sopot’s Krzywy Domek is a large typical office building though it might not look like it due to its appearance. We’ve seen many furniture that play tricks in our own eyes before but this time, this structure is actual and really does exist even if it looks digitally distorted in some ways. It is said that this structure was designed as a homage to children’s book illustrator Jan Marcin Szancer’s works and apparently, it really does acquire lots of attentions from the tourists in Poland.

The Crooked House, Poland

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3 Kansas City Library, USA

Well, it does make sense in having books as a figure for library but as a building!? Whoa, that’s just too much! But, frankly they did it anyway. Found in Kansas City, Missouri, USA, this library they have contains a very unique “Community Shelf” wall on its exterior which is designed to showcase the spines of 22 books that were suggested by the citizens of Kansas City.

Kansas City Library, USA

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4 Cubic Houses, Netherlands

Conceived and constructed by architect Piet Blom in the 1970s, this cubic houses are a curious and magnificent wonder located at Rotterdam, Netherlands. Structurally, this cubes are said to be tilted on a hexagonal pole and are made up of concretes – concrete floors, concrete pillars, and also a wooden framing. So, curious on what’s inside this cubic house? Well, the inside of the house are divided into three levels that are accessed by a narrow staircase, the lower level, the middle level, and the highest level. The lower level is used as the living room, the middle level as the sleeping and bathing area while the highest level is a spare room that is may either be used as a second bedroom or another living area whichever the owner wants.

Cubic Houses, Netherlands

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5 Habitat 67, Montreal

Comprising of a three-dimensional landscape of 354 stacked concrete boxes, Habitat 67 was presented by Moshe Safdie in 1967. This apartment complex was Safdie’s attempt to redesign an urban living, providing an affordable housing and creates a community that already has a school and shops which is considered important of course to the residence. All the units has its own rooftop garden space located on the roof of the neighbor below. Isn’t it amazing to be able to live where you can feel a warm community?

Habitat 67, Montreal

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