A Fairie´s Dream
No photoshop has been used in the making of this Polish ‘crooked house’, a.k.a. the Krzywy Domek by Szotynscy & Zaleski. The askew structure really looks like this in real life. The crooked home, which looks like something straight out of the portfolio of renowned Catalan architect Antonin Gaudi, is a fully functional commercial center in the Polish town of Sopot. The architects involved in the creation of this cutely cartoonish structure state they were largely inspired by the illustration work of Jan Marcin Szancer and Per Dahlberg. And, indeed, if you think it looks like the home of the witch in Hansel and Gretel or any other famous fairy tale, you’re not that far off from the truth: the aforementioned artists actually did illustrate children’s stories.
(via The Beautifulist)