Trippy Architecture

National Museum of the American Indian

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Kiral Apartments in Mexico / Arqmov Workshop

Kinetics and Op Art inspired the project, transmitting an optic illusion of movement that requires and captures an active attention from the viewer.

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Sinking House in France

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Illusionary house in Dalston, East London

Created by Leandro Erlich, the work has the facade of a Victorian terraced house reflected in a huge mirror. By sitting, standing or lying on the horizontal surface, visitors appear to be scaling or hanging off the side of the building.

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The 3D Lichtenstein House

Optical Illusion plays with your eyes through an altered perception. What appears to be a normal house is actually made of three concave angles that appear to be coming out wards.

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The café wall illusion

Building in Melbourne, Australia designed to exhibit this illusion.

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One Wall House, Odessa, Ukraine

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Capital Gate, Abu Dhabi, UAE

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Melting House, Paris, France

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Cube Houses, Netherlands

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Wonderworks, Orlando, Florida

The Wonderworks building is designed by architect Terry Nicholson and is his image of what it would look like if a building was picked up in a storm and dropped, upside down, on another building.

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Mirror Houses – Peter Pichler Architecture

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Krzywy Domek – Little crooked house in Poland

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Cayan Tower, known as Infinity Tower in Dubai, UAE

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Vortex House

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Mana Nalu Mural Project

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The Twisted House in the Indianapolis Arts Center by John McNaughton

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11 thoughts on “Trippy Architecture”

  1. Molto speciali, e graditissime, queste belle immagini
    Buon mercoledì eun saluto,silvia

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