The most unique architectural works in the world

Brasilia Church (Brazil)
What will happen when modern art and architecture come together? The following works will make you impressed with the creativity of talented architects.

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Vessel Building, New York (USA)
Vessel Building, New York (USA)
Vessel Building, New York (USA)
Vessel Building, New York (USA)
Vessel Building, New York (USA), is the work of Thomas Heatherwick - famous for contemporary urban design. The building was built in 2017 and quickly became a new "virtual living mecca" in New York when it opened in March. This is considered a sculpture with 154 connected staircases, 80 landing stages and 2,500 steps, built spiral around a total height of 45 m. The building is made of steel and copper concrete with a price of about 150 million USD. Photo: Cup_of_jo, Nextvacay.
The Crooked House (Poland)
The Crooked House (Poland) is a popular spot for tourists and photographers. Built in 2004 by the design team of Szotynscy & Zaleski, this 4,000 m2 building is part of the Rezydent shopping center. Inspiration for this unusual architecture comes from illustrations of Polish fairy tales by Jan Marcin Szancer and Per Dahlberg. Photo: Shutter.
30 St Mary Ax
30 St Mary Ax
30 St Mary Ax is a famous landmark of the city of London (England). 41-storey building with outstanding architecture. The building is also known as Gherkin (cucumber), because of its special curve shape. It is also the first environmentally friendly skyscraper in London. Each floor has a natural ventilation system including 6 surrounding openings, helping to circulate air and optimize the natural light. Photo: Metro.
Belarus National Library
Belarus National Library was built on the award-winning design of two famous architects Mihail Vinogradov and Viktor Kramarenko in 1989. With 8 triangular sides and 18 square sides, the bizarre geometric shape of The building is reminiscent of a giant diamond. Explaining this, the two designers said the diamond represents human knowledge: both precious and beautiful. Photo: Tobebear.
Brasilia Church (Brazil)
Brasilia Church (Brazil)
Designed by renowned Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, Brasilia Church (Brazil) has a crown-like structure appearing pinned to the ground. It is made up of 16 similarly bent concrete columns connected by glass panels. This design symbolizes hands rising to heaven. The roof and the gap between the concrete columns here are covered with white blue glass, making the space filled with sunlight. Photo: docomomous.
Lotus Temple (India)
Lotus Temple (India) is the brainchild of architect Fariborz Sahba. This is one of the most popular tourist attractions in New Delhi. The form of the temple is a blooming lotus flower welcoming the new millennium, the Bahai religious worship facility. Photo: Sironin.
Louis Vuitton Museum (France)
Louis Vuitton Museum (France) has an area of over 4,000 m2 with modern, spacious and sophisticated architectural space. This architectural wonder is one of many famous works of Paris with the cost of up to 140 million USD. Built in 2008 but until 2014, this place was only open to visitors. Designed by architect Frank Gehry, the building has become a new venue for contemporary art creation activities in France in particular and internationally in general. Photo: Flickr.
The Guggenheim Museum (Spain)
The Guggenheim Museum (Spain)
The Guggenheim Museum (Spain) is a work of superposition of polymorphic curved blocks in many layers, expressing improvisation and creating a visual impression for viewers. This work is a product designed by Frank O Gehry and hailed as a "signaling moment in architectural culture". Photo: Victormanzano.

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