1. Vienna, Austria: The artist Erwin Wurm is known for his unusual work, sometimes humorous and other puzzling. This piece, “House Attack”, is very intriguing.
2. South Korea: The leaning house is located on Lake Chungpyong, and was made so to maximize sunlight.
3. Czech Republic: Work of Frank Gehry to which he called Fred And Ginger (Famous Dancers), Because the building seems to be dancing.
4. Windsor, England: This house is crooked as a result that was built with green wood.
5. Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates: This building, the Capital Gate Tower, and not Pisa, holds the Guinness World Record for “The Leaning Tower of man-made world.”
6. Sydney, Australia: The architect Frank Gehry made this building for the Business School of Sydney’s University of Technology.
7. Sopot, Poland: Domek Krzywy literally means crazy house in Polish. A name more than appropriate for what you see.
8. Margate, UK: Alex Chinneck involved a nineteenth century building abandoned in the district of Cliftonville. He removed the real facade of the building and installed a curved plastic frame filled with bricks, windows and a door.
9. Alberta, Canada: This church has almost 10 feet high and is located in the park Calgary; his creator was Dennis Oppenheim.
10. Rotterdam, Netherlands: These Cube Houses are really bright. They are balanced on a hexagonal basin on the roof of each house that tilts 45 degrees and connected with its neighbour.
11. Island Ganghwa, South Korea: This cafe is like two houses, in fact, one.
12. Terfens, Austria: Made by Polish architects Irek Glowacki and Marek Rozanski.
13. Wolverhampton, England: This house is crooked because of a coal mine under it that the bottom fell out.
14. Malmo, Sweden: The Turning Torso building, designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava, has 54 floors and 147 apartments.
15. San Diego, California: University of California at Jacobs Hall.