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Last edited 22 Jan 2019
This article presents a list of unusual buildings that have featured on Designing Buildings Wiki.
Kobe Port Tower, Japan
The Kelpies, Scotland
Odeillo solar furnace, France
Edificio Mirador, Madrid
Device to Root Out Evil, Spain
House Attack, Vienna
La Hospederia del Errante, Chile
Teapot building, China
Big Duck, US
Apple Park, US
Gate to the East, China
La Grande Arche, Paris
Drina river house, Serbia
Gate of Europe, Madrid
The Sharp Centre for Design, Toronto
The Atomium, Brussels
Dunmore Pineapple, Scotland
Kunsthaus Graz, Austria
Nakagin Capsule Tower, Tokyo
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