Weird Architecture: 18 Buildings that go beyond Architecture

Weird-Architecture

At the time of “Architecture of the image”, that, first of all, aims to become famous on the web and in magazines, you have to expect to come across Weird Architecture – buildings whose highly eccentric intent is to emphasize any particularity to succeed in getting noticed.

Research of uniqueness at all costs, however, often leads to something that is no longer architecture, or rather, it is no more “only” a building. Art and the forms of representation come together with the art of building to create very weird Architecture.

Weird Architecture

Landmarke Lausitzer Seenland
Architektur & Landschaft Stefan Giers
Senftenberg, Germany


Curves in architecture

Sarpi Border Checkpoint
Sarpi, Georgia
Designed by J. Mayer H. Architects


Lollipop house

Lollipop House
Designed by Baumschlager Eberle
Giheung-gu, Republic of Korea, 2012


Inntel hotel

Inntel Hotel
Zaandam, Netherlands
Designed by WAM architecten


Weird buildings

Markthal
MVRDV
Rotterdam


Handbag museum

Simone Handbag Museum
Seoul, South Korea
Designed by Charlie Smith Design


Ark Nova Japan

Project Ark Nova
Arata Isozaki and Anish Kapoor
Japan


Lego tower

Abondantus Gigantus
Lofos.fm
Enschede, Netherlands


Robot Architecture

The Aoyama Technical College
Sei Watanabe
Tokyo


Gaetano Pesce Osaka

Organic Building
Gaetano Pesce
Osaka


Weird Architecture (5)

Urban Interiorities
Tokio, Japan
Designed by Virginia Melnyk and Tiffany Dahlen


Weird Architecture (15)

House in Saijo, 
Suppose Design Office
Hiroshima


Colorful architecture

Colorful Building
Arakawa + Gins
Tokyo


Strange Architecture

Hoto Fudo
Takeshi Hosaka architects
Yamanashi, Japan


Singular Architecture

Didden Village
MVRDV
Rotterdam


Weird Architecture (9)

The Sharp Centre
Will Alsop
Toronto, Canada


Weird constructions

Chopstick
visiondivision
Indianapolis, IN, United States


Weird Architecture (14)

Nativity of the Giraffe
Hondelatte Laporte Architectes
Boulogne-Billancourt, France


Absurd Architecture

Soft-hard Aluminum House
Terunobu Fujimori


In the cover: Kumutoto Toilets – Wellington, New Zealand – Designed by Studio Pacific Architecture