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Top 10 Amazing And Unique Buildings In US
10. Summum Pyramid Summum Pyramid:
This building is located in the Salt Lake City that is almost 9-meter-tall (30 ft) and 12-meter-long (40 ft). Summum Pyramid is the primary center for the Summum religion. It was hence founded by Claude “Corky” Nowell in 1975. This place has been much used by the Christians as the sacred place to house these mummified remains. But now millions of people used this place for their loved ones—both human and non-human as with prices ranging from $20,000 for mummifying a pet to around $70,000 for a human mummification and ceremony.
9. The Longaberger Company building:
It is a The giant basket is 59 meters (192 ft) long by 38 meters (126 ft) wide at the base and 63 meters (208 ft) long by 43 meters (142 ft) wide at the top. Its handles weigh has been approximately 150 tons. It is basically known as the headquarters holds the record for being the world’s largest basket.The building was the dream child known as Dave Longaberger who was the company’s founder. There was spent $30 million to build the office in 1996, and it took over two years to complete the structure.
8. Dick Clark’s Flintstones Home:
It is defined as the rock home that sits on 23 acres of land and has one bedroom, two baths, a living room, and a kitchen. It is often furnished with some period-matching furniture. This home was sold in 2014 for $1,777,777, which sounds expensive.
7. The Mansion On O Street:
It is a three large, three-story homes that house the hotel. It was designed by US Capitol architect Edward Clark in 1892 for his family and relatives. It is now totaling 2,800 square meters (30,000 ft2) as the hotel that has over 100 unique and stylized rooms that come in themes from the Victorian age to 1970s disco style. This building often contains multiple hidden rooms.
6. The Mushroom House:
It is even known by the name of Mushroom House or Pod House as it was created by architect James H. Johnson in 1970. Designing. It famously became known as the Mushroom House for its brown coloring as which resembles a mushroom. It has the spanning 387 square meters (4,168 ft2) as the home is composed of four interconnecting pods lifted off the ground by reinforced concrete “stems.”
5. The Moroccan-Style Palace:
This is known out to be the large sort of Moroccan palace that hence complete with mosaic ceilings, colorful tile, and decadent furniture. It has been build up over the space as covering the 1,858 square meters (20,000 ft2) as the home has eight bedrooms, nine bathrooms, multiple living and dining rooms, and a court with three tiled fountains. It has been beautifully decorated with intricate tiled floors.
4. The Gehry Residence:
Gehry is now one of the world’s most famous deconstructivist and has been designed out as being the most bizarre buildings all over the globe. This house has been all wrapped up with the corrugated aluminum that is typically used in airplane hangars just as around the structure and then added up with the coverage of the extending skylights, and finally used chain-link fencing to connect the new exterior to the second story.
3. Hole ‘n The Rock:
It is taken as the unique structure that has been carved up entirely from a sandstone cliff. It has been taking over 12 years to drill and carving more than 1,400 cubic meters (50,000 ft3) worth of sandstone. This project was known out to be the brainchild of Albert Christensen.
2 The Walt Disney Concert Hall:
Since 1923 The Walt Disney Company has become synonymous with its unique as well as bold creations. It is taken out to be one of the most famous concert halls in the world. But the hall was originally designed and built in 1987. It has been designed in such a way that its surface make the use of the reflective, stainless steel that focuses and directs light into the building during the day.
1. The Parisian Palace:
At the last but not the least we have the name of The Parsian Palace! This palace has been located in Las Vegas, Nevada as it has been covered over the space of 638-square-meter (6,872 ft2). This palace was designed and built by Nico Santucci in the year 2004. The castle has a rather over-the-top European style.