12 Extraordinary, Amazing and Strange Buildings
The interior is also upside down in this science museum which attempts to explain the unexplainable.
An interactive museum, owned by Environment Canada, with exhibits on biodiversity and climate change.
An art installation of a suburban house, designed by Austrian sculptor, Ermin Wurm.
The first sustainable shipping container building, currently used as office space.
Each book measuring 25 ft reflects the reading interests of the Kansas community at the time the library was built.
Perhaps all buildings are like barcodes to some extent. After all, you can now take a picture of a building and Googlemaps will provide all the relevant information.
The house attracts thousands of tourists each year. Some say it was inspired by the Flintstones.
Owned by the Longerberger Company; manufacturers of hand crafted maple wood baskets and other home and lifestyle products.
Like Lego brick houses, but real.
10. Piano Building, An Hui Province, China
Inside are various plant forms and inside the violin is an escalator.
The information centre for a farming town in Tirau.
A quiet, botanical building constructed from 60, 000 transparent optical strands. The interior is illuminated by daylight.