The crooked house in Poland is very famous because of its unique shape. It has become the most photographed object in the whole of Poland and one of the famous
Actually, there’s 2 crooked house which is famous I have ever known. One is the crooked house in West Midlands ofEngland and another one is in Poland. The crooked house I write this time is the crooked house placed in Poland, also known by the local as The Krzywy Domek. It was built in 2004. The Crooked house in Poland was designed by the Polish architect Szotynscy Zaleski. He got the idea to build the crooked house from the fairytale illustrations of Jan Marcin Szancer and the artwork of Per Dahlberg.
The crooked house in Poland is located in the Rezydent shopping center, Bohaterów Monte Cassino Street in downtown Sopot, Poland. The crooked house in Poland is a shopping center, the building have variety of shops and beauty center. It also has a few of restaurants and bars inside of the buildings. The crooked house in Poland is belongs to a branch of RMF radio broadcast company. The crooked house in Poland is very famous because of its unique shape. It has become the most photographed object in the whole of Poland and one of the famous buildings in the world.
The crooked house has three stories and it is built attached to the surrounding buildings. The building facade, looks from the outside gives the impression as if the building is melted because of the heat, also looks like an optical illusion. If we photographed it, it would give the impression that we have edited the image so that it looks as though but it is not. It looks amazing at night when the building is lighted.
To enhance the illusion of the real thing, the windows are made with stained glass with the colors of the illusion that is placed in the entrance, it also have stone elevation decors and windows framed with sandstone and then the roof is meant to give the impression of actual dragon scales and how it looks real with blue-green enameled shingles. The roof is covered with sheet metal and enamel tiles with different colors and made by layers to give a deeper impression so it seemed to move.