Wonderful Architectural Buildings

Wed29Sep10


Futuroscope ( Poitiers, France)



Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum ( Minnesota)



Aqua Building ( Chicago, Illinois)



Oakley Corporate Headquarters ( California)



Crazy Hotel ( Bratislava , Slovakia)



Cubic Houses ( Rotterdam , Netherlands)



USA Mushroom House



Dar Al Hajar ( Yemen)



Turning Torso (Malmö, Sweden)



UCSD Geisel Library ( San Diego , California , USA)



Atomium ( Brussels , Belgium)



Great arche of defense ( Paris , France)



Ferdinand Cheval Palace ( France)


Cathedral of Brasilia ( Brazil)



Errante Guest House ( Chile)



The Museum of Play ( Rochester, USA)



Jumeirah Emirates Towers ( Dubai, UAE)



Burj al Arab ( Dubai , UAE)



Raffles Dubai in Wafi city ( Dubai, UAE)



National centre for the performing arts
(Beijing, China)


Digital Beijing ( Beijing, China)



Water Cube ( Beijing , China)



Atlantis ( Dubai , UAE)



Nordpark Cable Railway ( Innsbruck, Austria)



The Valencia Opera House ( Valencia, Spain)



Esplanade Theatres, Singapore



La Pedrera ( Barcelona, Spain)



National Congress Building ( Brazil)



Device to Root Out Evil ( Vancouver, Canada)



(Niteroi, Brazil)



‘ING’ Headquarters ( Amsterdam , Netherlands)



Experience Music Project ( Seattle , Washington, USA)



Dancing Building ( Prague , Czech Republic)



Druzhba Holiday Center ( Yalta, Ukraine)



The ‘UFO’ House ( Sanjhih , Taiwan)



Stone House (Guimarães, Portugal)



Kansas City Public Library ( Missouri, USA)

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One Response to “Wonderful Architectural Buildings”


  1. Thank you for this awesome collections, providing, and sharing.

    This is the beauty of idea where it originates from and then later transforms into reality through architecture and engineering as works to be completed/accomplished.

    From the photos I select THE BEST for “Stone House, Portugal” which is located in Nas montanhas de Fafe, Portugal. It’s a private property and I salute for a person who came out this idea at the first place.

    To view in perspective angles of this house; front, left, right, and back; readers can visit this house photos at Flick.


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