The blog Instant Shift has compiled pictures of 84 bizarre and unique buildings scattered across the world. A few have already been featured on Neatorama, but most have not yet been posted here. Pictured above is the Crooked House of Sopot, Poland. It was designed by architect Szotynscy Zaleski and built in 2004. Zaleski was inspired by the fanciful work of Polish artist Jan Marcin Szancer, a fantasy and children's literature illustrator.
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Image by flickr user lostajy used under creative commons license.
I think the upside-down church (#1) has been moved from Vancouver to Calgary.
Unfortunately, the House Attack (#20) on the Leopold Museum in Vienna must have been temporary, it wasn't there two weeks ago.
I'm surprised the Building of Slovak Radio in Bratislava isn't on this list! It's an immense brutalist upside-down pyramid. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Building_of_Slovak_radio