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10 unbelievable architecture ideas you must see

Architecture is an Art and it is becoming even more original and striking. Architects have been working on unbelievable architectural projects and Interior Design Giants has been selecting some really unbelievable architecture ideas you must see.

 

Have you ever seen an Airplane House in the meddle of the trees? Its unbelievable! A luxury tree suite built on a retired Boeing 727, in Costa Verde.

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Sagrada Familia, in Barcelona, Spain, is one of the most famous architectural projects from the well-known architect Antoni Gaudí. He got in the project in 1883 and 132 years after it is still in construction! The intense mean behind each detail make this cathedral unbelievable.

The Nautilus house located near Mexico City is a unique shell shaped house designed by Mexican architect Javier Senosiain of Arquitectura Organica. The house design is very innovative, unusual and audacious. Javier Senosiain decided to bring the life aquatic into architecture. Inspired by the work of Gaudí and Frank Lloyd Wright, Javier Senosiain has brought to Mexico City another sparkling example of what he calls “Bio-Architecture” — the idea that buildings based on the natural principles of organic forms bring us back to local history, tradition and cultural roots, in turn creating harmony with nature.

Crooked House (Krzywy Domek, in polish), is an irregularly-shaped building in Sopot, Poland. It was designed by Szotyńscy & Zaleski who were inspired by the fairytale illustrations and drawings of Jan Marcin Szancer and Per Dahlberg. It can be entered from either Monte Cassino or Morska Streets

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The Mushroom House or Pod House is a contemporary residence in the town of Perinton, New York which has been featured in television programs (notably HGTV‘s Offbeat America series) and books (notably the Weird U.S. series) due to its whimsical appearance. Patterned after umbels of Queen’s Anne’s Lace, its brown color is more suggestive of mushrooms. The house was constructed for attorney-artist couple Robert and Marguerite Antell between 1970 and 1972 and was designated a town landmark in 1989.

The Car House belongs to the designer Markus Voglreiter. This unusual Car Home is located near Salzburg, Austria. The architect came up with this idea after seeing the potential of a 70’s style house that was for sale and that turned around completely. It may seem small, but this compact house have not lack any of the comforts that come with ordinary-looking house. Voglreiter accommodates two generations of families in two separate portions of the vehicle. In addition, the project offers sustainable technologies and energy saving systems.

Casa do Penedo, in Fafe Mountains, Portugal, looks like left-over boulders from the Stone Age. Casa do Penedo or the ‘House of Stone’, was built in 1974 with four different boulders. The Portuguese getaway has no electricity so the homeowners use candlelight to see when indoors. That said, the house boasts a cozy fireplace, a swimming pool carved into stone and logs for stairs. (Photo: Feliciano Guimarães)

Seed Cathedral’ by Thomas Heatherwick functioned as the UK’s pavilion at Expo 2010 in Shanghai.

Longaberger Head Office Building, in Newark, Ohio. The Homestead offers shopping, dining, an opportunity to weave your own Longaberger Basket and much more!

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Gue(ho)st House was designed by the artists Christophe Berdaguer and Marie Péjus. The origins of the idea date back to September 2005; the project inaugurated in 2012 is the fruit of a long process that united the efforts of several partners and collaborators.

Hope you have enjoyed this architecture world tour!

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