Top 10 Weird and Wonderful Buildings From Around The World

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1.Kansas City Library – Missouri, USA:

This building is technically the central library parking garage, and is commonly known as The Community Bookshelf. It is quite literally an enormous wall decorated with popular literature. It runs along the south wall of the library’s car park. The spines of each book are about 25ft by 9ft. The choices of the book titles were chosen by the Kansas City readers and include: Catch 22 by Joseph Heller, The Lord of the Rings by J.P.R. Tolkien, and To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee. Source: (Segd)

2.‘House Attack’ – Vienna, Austria:

The main idea behind this building is a family home hitting the façade of a museum ‘like a bomb’. It was designed by Erwin Wurum, who is known for taking simple concepts and then adding deformities in an attempt to trick the human eye and mind. A suburban cottage was wedged into the building of the museum to, apparently, inspire other architects and show how they don’t have to comply with ‘normal’ rules and limits. Source: (Best Bookings)

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