AMAZING! I found these photos at Village of Joy. I snapped a few of the ones I found particularly interesting, but there are loads more at the site if you want to see. The site also has more detailed explanations of the purpose and history of the buidlings. These are SO COOL! How do people make these?
This is The Crooked House in Sopot, Poland.
The Torre Galatea Figueras in Spain.
They also had The Egg in Albany, NY. The photo wasn’t so good (so I thought), so I am including mine instead. It’s a concert hall building, a really neat-looking edifice.
Kansas City Public Library in Missouri, United States. SO COOL! This is probably my favorite.
Wonderworks in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.
Nakagin Capsule Tower in Tokyo, Japan. Japan is the capsule capital of the world…
This is really, really neat, too. It’s the Stone House in Guimarães, Portugal.
Smashing! Aptly named The Hole House, in Texas (somewhere). Uh, how do you get in?!
This is a stunner, believe it or not! Ripley’s Building in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada.
This is an Ewok House, “location unknown” it says. Hmm, maybe it’s on Endor?? Ha!
Cathedral of Brasilia in Brazil.
Montreal Biosphère in Canada.
So tell me, have you seen any of these, for real? Which ones are your favorites? And if you want to see dozens more, check out the website. I was wowed.