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15 Times Architects Put All Their Artistry Into Their Work

Architecture has always been important and a way to make cities around the world prettier and grander. It is also a form of art that keeps changing and evolving as years go by and different styles disappear or re-appear. And having a great architectural design is mostly about creating a safe, useful and visually pleasing building. Most cities have had enough concrete buildings that only make every day life more grey.

1. Wat Samphran (Dragon Temple) in Thailand.

2. Haines Shoe House in Pennsylvania.

3. 130-meter long aluminum sea serpent skeleton sculpture inside the water at Saint-Brevin-les-Pins.

4. A massive sculpture of Jatayu.

5. Swarovski Crystal Head Fountain in Austria

6. “An interesting house being built in my hometown in Bulgaria.”

7. ARoS Aarhus Art Museum in Denmark

8. An architectural monument in Portugal that uses 2 giant boulders as its walls and ceiling.

9. “Dog-shaped building in New Zealand.”

10. This building in a mall in the French Riviera.

11. Fish-shaped building in India.

12. Cube houses in Rotterdam, in the Netherlands.

13. CopenHill in Copenhagen, Denmark.

14. Upside down house in Huashan.

15. Ilinden in North Macedonia.

Have you ever seen any of these structures from up close and, if so, what was your initial reaction to their magnitude and beauty?

Please note: This article was updated in March 2022 to correct source material and factual inaccuracies.
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