If anyone asks you about Wonder 7, they will give you the correct answer, right? But did you know that there are many more amazing things in this world like Wonder 7? And these beautiful buildings will captivate your eyes as well as your mind because they are so wonderful.
01.The Lotus Building in Wujin, China
- The lotus building is also known as the Lotus Building because of its artificial lotus flower shape in the center of Wujin, China.
- The architect’s idea is to create a stunning design that will suit any weather, regardless of the weather or season.
02.An incredible hotel in the Alps
- This is still a concept. The hotel is planned to be built in the Alps, and Andrei Roshko designed the building. This beautiful mountain landscape inspired him, and the hotel has a striking glass face that protrudes while kissing a rough hillside.
03.The Lotus Temple in the village of Bahapur in India
- Another fantastic building in the shape of a lotus flower is the central religious shrine of the Bah’ Faith. Its doors are open to all, regardless of religion. The central hall of the temple has nine doors that symbolize the unity of all faiths.
04.Cubic houses in Rotterdam, Netherlands
- Overblack Street in Rotterdam has a compound of 40 houses. People living in these buildings feel like the whole world is upside down. Architect Pete Blom built the houses, and all the walls and windows are at a 45-degree angle.
05.Atoms in Brussels, Belgium
- This is cool. People who see the building think it’s just a giant metal sculpture. However, it is a fully-fledged building. Using tubes, one can travel between spheres and go to a science museum or a restaurant. This is designed to represent nine atoms.
06.City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, Spain
- This is another striking example of modern architecture, located on the water in Valencia’s middle of a park. It has a genuinely futuristic look and is reminiscent of the skeleton of a beautiful beast. The complex consists of 5 buildings. These include an IMAX cinema, a park, a science museum, and an oceanography park.
07.Haider Aliyev Center in Baku, Azerbaijan
- The Hyder Aliyev Center is a building designed to be genuinely an alien home. The building’s fluid nature, such as its flowing appearance, is uniquely designed by the talented female architect ‘Sa Hadid.’ The interior features showrooms and offices.
08.Emporia Shopping Mall in Malm, Sweden
- This shopping center is the largest mall in Scandinavia. The double-bent glass covers a diagonal slice that cuts across the building. Visitors and shoppers can enjoy a variety of refreshing experiences such as colorful escalators, swings instead of sitting on a bench, as well as hanging parks.
09.La Murella Roja-Red Wall in Calpe, Spain
- There is a housing project in the south of Spain. The theme translates as “The Red Wall” and gives an insight into the famous architecture of the Arabian Mediterranean. Instead of red on the outside, blue and purple on the inside. Have.
10.Museum of the Arts in Singapore
- This museum is one of the major attractions in Singapore. Its shape is reminiscent of a lotus flower. The three buildings that seem to blend in with the sky in the background with a ship are Marina Bay Sands, a luxury hotel, and another architecture in Singapore.
11.Abu Dhabi Capital Gateway to the United Arab Emirates
- At 520 feet and 35 stories high, it is the tallest building in the city. The Guinness Book of World Records lists this as “the most man-made leaning tower in the world.” The tower is tilted 18 degrees (the pizza tower is only 4 degrees in comparison).
12.Market Hall in Rotterdam, Netherlands
- Market Hall is one of the most beautiful halls in the world. Even the Queen of the Netherlands was present at the opening ceremony. The market is located in an arched residential building. The building’s interior is decorated with works of art by Arno Coenen, with fruits, vegetables, fish, and flowers. That is why some call the market the Sistine Chapel in Rotterdam. That is because of the works of art here.
13.Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain
- This is one of the most spectacular buildings in the world of deconstructive style. Architect Philip Johnson described it as “the greatest building of our time.” The museum has permanent and temporary exhibits. Permanent exhibitions are dedicated to 20th-century art.
14.Kunstavus Grass in Grass, Austria
- In modern art, this gallery is known as the “Friendly Alien Creature” because of its mysterious appearance, and some see it as a whale’s heart, an unknown type of building. All of these names are due to its unique shape. Gustavus is inspired by innovative stone architecture. It is a movement in architecture. The buildings have an organic, amoeba-shaped appearance. Moreover, this also shines at night.
For your happiness:
- Here are some examples of the incredible buildings of Victor Enrique, a media artist from Barcelona with an extraordinary view of architecture. Thanks to his imagination and the ability to manipulate photos with computers, we have been able to see such notable buildings that are bent, twisted, and stretching towards the sky.