Fish Building, India
This humorous fish-shaped building is a regional office for the National Fisheries Development Board located near Hyderabad, India.
Chocolate House, Tokyo, Japan
The strongest image of the “Cholocate” building (completed in 2009) is its suspended above a typical Japanese provincial townscape tea-house. Contrasting in terms of life-style, materials and time flowing perception, the traditional bow-space raises the curtain on “another” Japan.
Face House, Kyoto
This Pillar Was Straight Last Week. This Is The First Floor Of A Seven-Floor Building
This building in Braga, Portugal looks 2D
If you’re confused
The Cactus Is *chef’s Kiss
Billionaire Vijay Mallya’s mansion atop a skyscraper in Bangalore, India
The sky mansion of Vijay Mallya is located on the 33rd and 34th floors of the Kingfisher Tower and covers an area of 40,000 square meters. It was supposed to feature a wine cellar, indoor heated pool, outdoor infinity pool, salon and spa, gym, and a roof helipad apart from many other amenities.
That Gives Me Anxiety
Tianzi Hotel, Langfang Shi, China
This 10-story structure located in Hebei province, China, holds a Guinness World Record as the largest “image building” in the world. It depicts the Chinese gods Fu, Lu and Shou, bearers of fortune, prosperity and longevity. To enter, just open up the right foot of the left-most god, Shou.
World’s Highest Tennis Court at Burj Al Arab, Dubai
The world’s highest Tennis court stands atop the fourth highest and the only 7 stars hotel in the world, Burj Al Arab in Dubai. The tennis court is circular in shape ,and also doubles as a helipad, hovering 1000 feet above the Arabian gulf.
Opera And Ballet Theatre Of Cheboksary (Russia)
The Eyes of Sibiu are the iconic eyebrow dormers on the roofs of Sibiu’s houses in Romania
Built mostly between the 15th and 19th centuries, the eyes, which were used as a ventilation system for the houses’ attics, have given Sibiu the nickname “The City Where Houses Don’t Sleep”