Located in Newark, Ohio, this seven-story office building is shaped like a giant picnic basket, paying homage to the region's renowned basket-making industry.
This architectural marvel in Spring Green, Wisconsin, is an eccentric and sprawling complex filled with eclectic collections, fantastical rooms, and unique architectural features.
Located in Perinton, New York, this distinctive house resembles a cluster of giant mushrooms. Its unique design and organic shapes make it a notable landmark.
Found in Marietta, Georgia, the Big Chicken is a fast-food restaurant with a 56-foot-tall steel chicken sculpture on its roof, complete with moving eyes and beak.
Situated on Q Street NW in Washington, D.C., this narrow, two-story house was constructed in the late 19th century to block the view of an adjacent house.
Located in San Jose, California, this sprawling mansion is known for its maze-like design, secret passages, and odd architectural elements, resulting from continuous construction for almost 40 years.
This "highway of sculptures" spans across several miles near Regent, North Dakota, featuring various enormous metal sculptures, including giant depictions of grasshoppers, geese, and pheasants.