There are some things in life that you will never believe exist until you come face to face with them. These buildings below look unreal. You may want to pinch yourself to check if you seeing right. They seem photoshopped but trust me they are as true as the lines on your palm. They are simply a bunch of Masterpiece
City Of Wine Complex, Spain
The 21,530 sq foot Wine Complex is a titanium and stainless steel building which houses a five-star hotel, a spa offering ‘wine therapy’, a viticulture museum, a wine shop and, of course, gardens to sit and enjoy the endless variety of wine.
Museum ABC, Madrid, Spain
Guggenheim Museum, Spain
McCormick Tribune Campus Center, Illinois
The campus center of the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago, is jokingly described as the building that looks like a violin crushed by a tube. The tube is a stainless steel structure which surrounds the trains that pass overhead.
National Gallery Of Canada
The National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa contains historical and contemporary Canadian art as well as works of American, Asian and Indigenous Art. Louise Bourgeois’s giant spider sculpture is located in the plaza in front of the Gallery.
The Broad, California
The Broad is a 120,000-square-foot contemporary art museum in Downtown Los Angeles featuring 2,000 works of postwar and contemporary art.
Walt Disney Concert Hall, California
The 2,265 seat concert hall is home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the Los Angeles Master Chorale. The walls and ceiling of the hall are finished with Douglas-fir while the floor is finished with oak.
The 02, England
The Elbphilharmonie concert hall in the HafenCity section of Hamburg is one of the largest and most acoustically advanced concert halls in the world.
BBVA Headquarters, Spain
BBVA Headquarters in Madrid has 6,000 bank employees that work in this building and the surrounding complex which took 5 years to build. The main building is 305 feet tall.
Rey Juan Carlos Hospital, Spain
This Madrid hospital contains health care units, outpatient, diagnosis and treatment centers. It uses three basic architectural elements: efficiency, light and silence to help improve the health of their patients
Hoki Museum, Japan
This is Japan’s first museum dedicated to Realist painting with over 400 works of art. It has three floors, one above ground and two below.