The Crooked House (Krzywy Domek) Sopot, Poland
(This house is listed in ‘Top 10 Strangest Buildings in the World’ according to villageofjoy.com)
261 views on August 8, 2010
500 views on 31-01-2014
The Crooked House in Sopot was constructed in 2003 and its character has been based on the drawings of Jan Marcin Szancer and Per Dahlberg as well as Gaudi’s designs. The outside elevation of the building fully corresponds to Monciak’s stylistics. The levels of the building refer to the cornices and levels of its neighbouring town houses.
This building is situated in an extraordinary place which is the well known ‘Monciak’ in Sopot. Most of all, this popular walking promenade is a meeting place of the Tri-City Bohemia, people looking for fun and joy. There is a variety of romantic cafes, restaurants, shops and entertainment centres in this area. (http://www.shopandsee.eu/en/gdansk_guide/attrac...)
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