Buildings come in all sizes, shapes and functions, and we've gotten very good at building them over the centuries. Architects don't just design strong, durable structures. As natural problem solvers, they often seek to create spaces for the times and for the people who use them.
Space in Abraxas, France
A snake-shaped temple in India
This building is located in Guizhou, China
This building, built in the 18th century, is one of the oldest buildings in Norlandhartjärdaal, Norway
This is a grasshopper cafe in Korea, made of train cars
Baku State Carpet Museum, Azerbaijan
Mushroom room in Japan
Apartment building in Turin with 150 trees
The world's largest hotel with a staggering 10,000 rooms, currently under construction in Saudi Arabia
Cologne Cathedral. A masterpiece of Gothic architecture. Year of construction: 1248-1880
Shenzhen International Airport looks like a giant airplane
Does anyone know what kind of building this is?
The "Basket Building" in Newark, Ohio
Moka Station, Japan
Dancing House in Prague, Czech Republic
Unique housing in the Netherlands
The evolution of this building can be seen in its masonry structure
Nitroi Museum of Contemporary Art, Brazil, designed by Oscar Niemeyer in 1991
Grand Mosque in Samarra, Iraq
Rogner Bad Bumau Hotel, Austria
Mirador del Rio, Lanzarote, designed by Cesar Manrique in 1973
Big Drawer Building
Hong Kong's ship-shaped shopping center.
This three-story building in Hidradabad, India.
I mean...it's good that they didn't cut down the trees
A building in Berlin, Germany
Holland Valley Complex