The 10 Most Interesting Architectural Structures

There are quite interesting designs in the World. But some architectures are so interesting that they manage to attract a person’s attention at first glance. So much so that in many countries it is possible to come across these designs. Here are the 10 most interesting architectural structures in the world.

1. The Dancing House-Czech Republic

Located on the banks of the Vlatava River in Prague, the Czech capital, the building called The ‘Dancing House’ took 4 years to build. Built by architects Milunic and Gehry, the building’s style is described by art and architectural circles as “new baroque”.

2.Piano House – China

2 different concert halls located at the bottom of the piano house artistic organizations, while the music rooms on the upper floors serve as practice classes for students studying at local colleges in the area. The Piano House has the excitement of an art and artist-friendly structure that appeals to both the eye and the ear and with all its details.

3.Krzywy Domek – Poland

Crooked House in Sopot, Poland. Built in 2004 and spanning approximately 4000 m2 and designed in the style of deconstructivism, it serves as part of a shopping center called Rezydent.

4.Kunsthaus Art Museum – Austria

Located in Graz, Austria’s second largest city, the Kunsthaus Art Museum instantly manifests itself in the city with its modern architecture and its shape, which almost resembles a creature from outer space. The building manages to attract even those who are not remotely related to art with its fascinating image.

5.The Haines Shoe House – ABD

The shoe House was built in 1948 by American millionaire Colonel Mahlon Haines. Haines, known as the” York shoe Wizard, ” has built a reputation for this house and has almost made his own advertising. 45 meters long, 25 meters high and 17 meters wide, this house today operates as a museum in memory of Haines.

6.Kansas Public Library-ABD

The Kansas Public Library of the United States is designed to restore people’s interest in books. Today, it is among the most interesting and well-known architectures in the world.

7.Stone House – Portugal

Built in the north of Portugal, inspired by the famous Stone Age cartoon, the house looks as if it belonged to the Flintstone family in the cartoon. The ‘Stone House”, set between two rocks, was built by the Rodrigues family in 1974. Candlelight is used to illuminate the house, which does not have electricity. Log seats and beds made using eucalyptus with concrete are just some of the first attention-grabbing details. The stairs in the House are again made of logs to reflect the Stone Age concept. Although the house is not built for tourist purposes, it is flooded with tourists every year.

8- Kubuswoningen – Holland

One of the most unusual architectural structures in the world, The Cube Houses (Kubuswoningen) in Rotterdam, Netherlands, is one of the city’s most iconic landmarks and attractions. Designed by Dutch architect Piet Blom, these houses are literally made up of cubes sloping 45 degrees.

9. Waldspirale Residential Complex-Germany

The waldspirale housing complex in Darmstadt, Germany, was designed by Viennese artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser.The complex, which resembles the land of fairy tales, consists of 105 apartments, underground parking, cafes, bars and kiosks. The courtyard also has a playground and a small artificial lake. At its highest point, the building reaches a height of twelve stories.

10. A view of Habitat 67-Canada

Canadian architect Moshe Safdie Habitat 67 housing complex, designed the pavilion for Expo Canada in 1967 as the world’s art, initially for the production of high quality housing in dense urban areas was designed as an experimental solution. Habitat 67 was made of prefabricated modules, varying in shape and size, stacked in various combinations and bonded with steel.