Striking Architecture: 15 Product-Shaped Buildings that Catch the Eye

Although the vast majority of us work and reside in buildings that are, say, less than spectacular, modern architecture is taking a new twist and breath taking constructions are sprouting in cities across the world. I guarantee, however, that the buildings in this list will make you look twice for their own unique reasons. Here are 15 product-shaped beauties I came across on my internet travels, feast your eyes! 

1 Piano/ Violin shaped house – China

2 Bulldozer office: Turlock, California

 3 Randy’s Donuts: La, California

4 Hood Milk Bottle: Boston, Massachusetts

5 Furniture Land South, Jamestown

6 National Cash Register Building at 1939 New York World’s Fair

7 Orange shape

8 Bob’s Java Jive: Tacoma, Washington

9 The Big Banana: Coffs Harbour, Australia

10 Public Library: Kansas City, Missouri

11 Barrel Restaurant: Okinawa, Japan

12 The Basket Building: Newark, Ohio

13 KFC: Marietta, Georgia

14 Pineapple Building: Bangkok

15 Burger Invasion: Disney’s California Adventure 

 

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