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impossible architecture by architectural photographer filip dujardin, 2013 dujardin’s photomontages are a collection of impossible structures created using a digital collaging technique from photographs of real buildings in and around ghent, belgium.
World's Wildest Houses
The Upside-Down House, Szymbark, Poland. This structure was built by Polish philanthropist and designer Daniel Czapiewski to serve as a constant reminder of "wrong-doings against humanity" and the backwardness of the world.
Argh - my entire life / By Richard Greaves
Just a Elephant.. Wait... What?!?!?
The Great Artificial Elephant - Nantes, France: This is a robotic miracle! Made from 45 tons of recycled materials,measuring 12 meters high and 8 meters wide. It can carry up to 49 passengers!
Shoe house (Mpumalanga/ South Africa) by Curious Places
Do Ho Suh’s Fallen Star - a small house that is perched seven stories up on the roof of Jacobs Hall at UC San Diego. The installation is fully furnished and surrounded by a roof garden.
From the Knees of My Nose to the Belly of My Toes" A Surreal Display by British Designer Alex Chinneck English Building's Brick Facade Playfully Slumps Down - My Modern Metropolis
Pirate Ship house - we are building a faerie village called the faeries at pirate cove. This will be a perfect faerie house in miniature
M-Velope, structure transformable
Michael Jantzen‘s transformable M-Velope® house (a 230 sq foot flexible space) . like living in a rubik's cube .
The building of the tent-roofed structures began within this era. Some buildings utilize several colors to earn strong contrast. A lot of these buildings may be found in the majority of ancient Greek cities. The most important building was constructed …
Musical Rain Gutter Funnel Wall in Dresden Germany by Christoph Roßner, Annette Paul, and Andre Tempel
Chicken-legged house was built by Russian carpenter Vasily Kazin. He was inspired by Russia's legendary witch character, Baba Yaga, who lived in a house with chicken legs. The hut stands on a plinth outside the village of Ulyanovka, Russia.
Michael Jantzen Deconstructs Buildings Into Fantastical Fragmentary Forms
altered photo series “Deconstructing the Houses,” large suburban homes appear fragmented and jumbled, almost as if they are falling down. The images are by designer Michael Jantzen.
I wish this was my house. Frank Lloyd Wright’s FallingWater house
Shoe shaped house in the Netherlands HAHAHA.there once lived a woman in a shoe she had so many kids she didn't know what to do.