September 4th, 2013
Some architects and contractors have created some mind-boggling buildings that have become landmarks. Imagine working on some of these beautiful monsters:
Wonder Works – The Upside Down Building
Wonder Works is an amusement park located in Pigeon, Forge, USA. It features over 150 interactive exhibits covering an area of 55,000 square feet. What makes it popular is the different experience you get once you enter the building.
As you enter the main arena, everything is upside down and you need to be inverted to take part in further activities. The upside-down building has been designed in a way to provide enormous fun to the visitors. You can take part in special activities from experiencing a 6.0 simulated earthquake and experience the feeling of standing in a hurricane to crazy magic shows.
House Attack – The Cliff Hanger
Created in 2006 by Erwin Wurm, a renowned Australian Modern Kunst and artist, House Attack is a combination of amazing craftsmanship and contemporary art. It appears as if a house is actually falling from on top of the building.
The “Dancing” Building in Prague
Dancing house is a world-famous building designed in 1989. It’s often seemed was the first masterpiece of modern architecture, designed by Canadian architect Frank OGehry. The house was designed in a very unique way and resembles a pair of dancers. Basically, the building attains a Celeste Restaurant, bar and modern offices.
The Stone Age House in Guimaraes, Portugal
This unusual construction is a private building that was constructed between two huge stones on the hillside of Fafe Mountains in Guimaraes, Portugal. It was inspired by the Flintstones cartoons. Wilma!
The Stunning Lotus Temple of India
Located in the capital city of India, Lotus Temple is known for its amazing architectural splendor. Designed by Mr. Fariborz Sahba, the temple has three sets of petals made of concrete shells. Lotus is a sign of simplicity, purity and freshness of Bahai faith and the temple looks as a half-open lotus flower surrounded by leaves.
The Rotating Tower in Dubai
The rotating towers in Dubai are an amazing instance of imagination. They will be the only buildings that will actually change their shapes. The buildings will never look the same. Unfortunately, they’re not built yet, but we had to include these here.
The Honey Bee Hive Houses
Built in 1970, Beehive House was constructed by Zvi Hecker in Jerusalem, Israel. These residential houses look very much like the structures bees build. Hopefully you like your neighbors.