Leave your imagination behind and come to reality! There is some architecture in real life that is beyond your wildest dreams.
We are thinking of a living in an upside-down house already, what about you?
Nautilus House - Mexico City, Mexico
The Nautilus House is a shell-shaped house designed by a Mexican architect Javier Senosiain. He wanted to bring life aquatic into architecture.
The sculptural whimsical house features a striking entry cut into a wall of colorful stained glass. Each element has been carefully chosen to coincide with the organic theme of the building.
Atomium - Brussels, Belgium
It is the most popular attraction in the Capital of Europe. It was built for 1958 World Exhibition with the iron crystal outlook. It is the permanent exhibition about history as well temporary exhibitions for a broad public.
Sagrada Familia - Barcelona, Spain
Do you know that it is an unfinished masterpiece? And, the construction will take for at least another decade as Gaudi was constantly improvising and changing the design while construction was going on. It is one of Barcelona's most popular tourist attractions.
Kansas City Public Library - Kansas City, USA
The building is the facade of the parking garage for the Central Branch of the public library. It appears to be a row of books lined up on a shelf but this is 25 feet high and nine feet wide. There are also titles of 22 volumes represented include The Lord of the Rings, Fahrenheit 451 and Romeo and Juliet among many others.
Upside Down House - Szymbark, Poland
This is the house that stands on its roof, where visitors walk on the ceilings! It was built on its roof, you are going to enter the house through the roof window. But, the downside of this house is it took longer and way more expensive than a normal house of this size.
We will visit these bizarre building someday, how about you?