World’s Weirdest – Architecture Edition!

I’ve always been fascinated by architecture – I love when humans create a work of art that is so large that no one can ignore it. Architecture is art at it’s best – aesthetics and function combining to create masterpieces. There are some buildings, however, that take it a step further – creating weird, wonderful works of art!

The subreddit Bizarre Buildings is a comprehensive, ever-growing database filled with the world’s weirdest architecture.

I’ve compiled 18 of my favorites for your viewing pleasure!

World’s Weirdest – Architecture Edition!

Lunch Bar, 1964 Worlds’ Fair in New York

“1,000 Doors” Building in South Korea

A toilet-shaped house in Suwon, about 29 miles south of Seoul

Administrative Center, Bahía (Brazil)

Apartment Building | Turin, Italy

The Peachoid, a 135 feet tall water tower in Gaffney, South Carolina

BBVA Headquarters (Madrid, Spain)

Bolwoningen Homes in the Netherlands, built mid-1980’s

The Missing Pagoda Building

The National Museum of Qatar

The Tianzi Hotel, China – Lu, Shou, and Fu

This Building in a Mall in the French Riviera

This Castle in Tivoli (Italy) was Painted Using Ballpoint Pens

This Cool Rocket Building in Japan

This One-of-a-Kind Pixelated Facade on the MahaNakhon Tower in Bangkok, Thailand

Tower in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden

Twisted House, Indianapolis, IN

WWII Museum in Gdańsk, Poland

I would think about becoming an architect if there wasn’t so much gosh darn MATH involved!