6. Biblioteca España
Set on a hilltop in Santo Domingo near Medellin, Colombia—an area that was heavily affected by violence and drug trafficking in the 1980s and 1990s—Biblioteca España was built as part of an initiative to enhance urban development and to provide more opportunity to the city’s poorest residents.
7. Twisted House
The Twisted House in the Indianapolis Arts Center in Indiana was created by John McNaughton of Evansville. It is made of cedar.
8. Dalat’s Crazy House
This strange hotel was designed by Dang Viet Nga, an avant-garde artist who got away with more weirdness than she otherwise would because she was the daughter of Ho Chi Mihn’s successor. It’s known as “Crazy House.”
9. Bubble houses
The “Maison Gaudet” bubble houses in the south of France are designed by Antti Lovag, an anti-conformist architect with no diploma who built this residence after an experimental model in 1969.
10. Vortex House
“Vortex House” was an art installation in Montrose, Houston, on a house awaiting demolition. Unfortunately, the house has already been torn down.