Forest Spiral Building
Waldsepp is a residential building complex in Darmstadt, Germany, in the 1990s. This name translates as a jungle spiral in English, which affects the general plan of the building and its green roof. Designed by Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, architect Heinz M. The plan was enacted and implemented by Springmann, and it was built by the Bauverein Darmstadt Company. The building was completed in 2000.
The Torre Galatea Figueras
Torre Galatea, also known as Torre Gorgot, is a unique building that also serves as a museum and a burial place for Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dalí in the city of Figueres, in the Autonomous Community of the Kingdom's inner Catalonia, Spain.
Upside down House
One of the recent attractions in the KL Tower is the California Upside Down House. It was built with the concept of 'Cottage House', with an antique 'Morris 1974 turned upside down on the entrance. It provides a new experience where not just home, but all the furniture in the house is vice versa.
The Basket Building
The Longaberger Company was a manufacturer of American manufacturer and crafted maple wooden baskets and other home and lifestyle products. Its old corporate headquarters on Ohio State's Route 16 is a local landmark and is a well-known example of innovation architecture, because it shapes the company's largest seller, "Medium Market Basket".
The Ufo House
Sanzhi UFO Houses also known as Sanzhi Pod Houses or Sanzhi Pod City, were a group of abandoned and full pod-shaped buildings in Taipei, New Taipei, Sanzhi district. Buildings are similar to futuro houses, some examples can be found elsewhere in Taiwan. The place in which buildings were located was owned by Hung Kuo Group.