The Top 10 Most Eccentric Buildings In The World


Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao by Frank Gehry

Do you want to see individuality, imagination, eccentrics and architecture all in one place?

If you do you should definitely check out this article that consists the Top 10 Most Eccentric buildings in the world. In our everyday life we have to face conventionality and banality all the time. But there are exceptional artists and architects that bring send us to a world without limits only with a glimpse of their creations. Check out this list of wacky, weird and extraordinary buildings.
10. Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain
This exceptional work of art is built alongside the Nervion River. It’s designed by Frank Gehry and it is made to catch the light. This museum opened doors for the first time in 1997. It exhibits international artists’ works.

Dali Theatre and Museum


Dali Theatre and Museum amazing architecture

9. Dali Theatre and Museum – Figueras, Spain
This amazing architecture, called Figueras is situated in Spain. It’s Salvador Dali’s birthplace which now houses his largest collection of paintings and sculptures in the world. After it was ruined during the Spanish civil war, Dali rebuilt it and made it as eccentric as his artworks. It opened up as a museum in 1974 and today it also houses Dali’s crypt in the basement.

Turning the Place Over

8. Turning the Place Over in Liverpool, England
This art installation building is situated in Liverpool, England. It’s made by the sculptor Richard Wilson. It’s one of the most eccentric buildings in England.

The Mushroom Tree House


The Mushroom Tree House by Terry Brown

7. The Mushroom Tree House in Cincinnati, Ohio
This one looks as if it has just come out of a children’s book. This amazing Mushroom Tree House is situated in Cincinnati, Ohio and it is created by Terry Brown, who was a Professor of Architecture and Interior design. What’s interesting about this building is that his students actually helped him created and also received a grade for it.

Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Building


Ripley’s Believe It Or Not Building in Branson Missouri

6.Ripley’s Believe it or Not Building which is situated in Branson, Missouri
This is actually a chain of museums owned by Ripley. They were designed in memorial for those who died in an earthquake in 1812 in New Madrid. The earthquake was registered 8.0 on the Richter scale.

The Robot Building


The Robot Building by Sumet Jumsai

5 The Robot Building in Bangkok Thailand
Take a look at this exceptional attraction in Bangkok, Thailand. This extraordinary design is made by Sumet Jumsai and it was completed in 1986. It’s a tribute to the modern world.

Sagrada Familia in Barcelona


Sagrada Familia in Barcelona by Antoni Gaudi

4. Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain
You’ve probably heard of Gaudi. This amazing Familia Roman Catholic Church is one of his most famous works. You can see his architectural touch everywhere in Barcelona, but this one is one of his most exceptional works.

The Basket Building in Newark


The Basket Building in Newark

3. The Basket Building in Newark, Ohio
Does this building resemble a basket? Yes it does… It is a huge yellow gift basket and it is also the headquarters to the Longaberger Company – a basket manufacturer. What a genius marketing strategy!

The Crooked House


The Crooked House created from Zaleski’s firm

2. The Crooked House in Sopot, Poland
This masterpiece is created Zaleski’s firm. It is inspired by the works of Antoni Gaudi and some fairytale designs. It is the most unconventional building in Poland.

The Dancing House


The Dancing House by Vlado Milunic and Frank Gehry

1. The Dancing house in Prague, Czech Republic
This dancing building is originally designed by Frank Gehry and VladoMilunic in 1996. There is a French restaurant on the top of the building and it overlooks the magnificent city view.

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