Some Of The World’s Most Unusual Curvy Buildings
When the Tower of Pisa started to fall it was an accidental and very lucky find for the global architecture. It became one of the most popular touristic places and started the trend to build asymmetric and unusual structures. Nowadays the technologies allow architects to unleash their imagination and we got hundreds of unique buildings all over the world. In this review we decided to collect all of our favorite ones. You can find more information about any of the buildings on Wikipedia, they are all quite famous.
The Capital Gate in Abu-Dhabi is the most sloping building in the world – it’s built at the angle of 18 degrees, which is 4 times more than the Tower in Pisa.
The famous 8 Spruce Street building by the Pritzker Prize-winning architect Frank Gehry:
Some of the other works by Frank Gehry. The guy doesn’t seem to have a single straight ruler in his tools, but we wouldn’t say that it’s bad.
Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, also by Frank Gehry
Aqua Chicago building
Chicago, Millennium Park with the same building on the background
Turning Torso Malmo
The Casa Mila (Mila House) in Barcelona
The Crooked House in Sopot, Poland
Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto
Arezzo Hall of Justice in Florence.
The Bull Ring Trade Center in Birmingham
Zenith Strasbourg concert hall in France
The Graz Art Museum in France
Dusseldorf Residential Buildings
The new Irish bridge and the Convention Centre resembling the Tower of Pisa
Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles
City Hall in London
The Basket Building in Ohio - The Longaberger Company headquarters
The Piano House (China)
BMW Welt in Munich
The Sheep Building (Tirau, Waikato, New Zealand)
And the Sheepdog Building (also New Zealand)
Universum Science Center (Bremen, Germany)
The Porsche museum in Stuttgart
The Mercedes Benz Museum
VW Phaeton Factory in Dresden
And the last but not least…