These are not the typical buildings you see on every street corner. Very cool photos.

You will probably be asking why in the hell anyone would want to create buildings like these. Well, architects don’t get recognized by making normal buildings.

The Longaberger Building in Newark, Ohio

Fuji Sankei Building in Tokyo

"Dancing House"

Here’s a building that should really get your attention
when walking pass it. The Dancing House is considered
as one of the more real controversial buildings in Prague. The
DH was actually designed by a great architect from California,
which only proves that he had done some type of hallucinogen
while designing it.

"Robot Building"

The Bank of Asia is a very famous building in
Bangkok. It was made way back in 1985, and it’s robotic
appearance is just a symbol of the modernization of banking.
It also has the ability to transform into a mega-robot. So, if
Godzilla ever decided to show his green face in the land of
Bangkok, they would have to fight!

"Ripley’s Building"

If you saw this picture for the first time, you’d probably
thought that it was hit by a massive earthquake. But it
wasn’t. In true fashion of the Ripley Legacy, it was built to
reflect the odd 1812 earthquake that measured 8.0 on the rick.
The building has now become one of the most photographed in
the world because of it.

"The Wilson Hall"

This somewhat modernize building was actually built between
1971 and 1974. It’s unique design gives the Wilson Hall
a great sense of structure, and a prominent landmark for the
skyline. The building provides big laboratories, offices, and
supports space for over 1500 scientists. And it houses all
kinds of strange experiments.

"135 Degree Angle"

This bizarre house really doesn’t have an official name,
but it does have a 135 degree angle. So that’s what we’re
going to call it. Unfortunately, the only info we have about
this house is that it was built in China or Japan. And that it
has a silly pink roof. And if you look real close, you’ll
notice that it’s on a 135 degree damn angle.

"Hotel Sofitel"

This hotel’s unique design was directly inspired by the
traditional temples in Japan. The Tokyo Sofitel has
over 72 rooms, and 11 suites with 3 non-smoking floors. And 5
meeting rooms that includes high-tech boardrooms. Please
realize that you have to sell your soul in order to step foot
inside this amazing hotel.

"Triangle Building"

We wonder what type of work goes on inside this kind of a
building. The unofficial Triangle Building is just a
wonder to look at and to ponder over. But, can this be one of
the evil headquarters for Scientology or Starbucks? Does this
building have triangle bathrooms? There’s so many damn

"The Astra Haus"

The strange building is actually a brewery in Hamburg,
Germany. The floors can move up or down on it’s skinny column
core. As of now, the unique building has been destroyed. One
of it’s more famous beer brands was recently bought by a big
refreshment corporation. And that beer brand was called Astra.

"Upside Downer"

Take a journey into the unknown with a building called
Wonder Works
. It’s central Florida’s only upside down
attraction. And an amusement park for your mind, and your
stoner friends. This odd building has over 100 wacky
interactive exhibits for your entire family to experience. But
make sure you free your weed before coming.

"Crooked House"

You know that your looking at a real building right? The
Crooked House
was built in 2004 as an addition at a
popular shopping center, and is a major tourist attraction in
Sopot, Poland. We just wonder what happens when someone who’s
under a controlled substance sees this building for the first
time in their life.

Turning Torso from south-east

The Turning Torso building in Sweden

In Reykjavik, Iceland, this one is a revolving restaurant on top of hot water tanks
that supply the whole city with hot geothermal water.