Park Güell is a public park in Barcelona, Spain with gardens and some of the most interesting architecture in the world, including the fantastically shaped roofs. Built by famous Spanish architect Antoni Gaudí, known for his flamboyant style.
Matt Glassmeyer, a musician from Nashville, put his old record albums to good use: he shingled the porch of his house with 350 vinyl records. The records uniformly overlap to cover the entire porch roof and are secured in place with by a nail and washer through the center hole.
St. Stephen's Cathedral, a Roman Catholic church in Vienna, is one of Austria's most famous attractions. This Gothic structure has a 137-meter-high spire and a beautiful, multi-colored tile roof (with 230,000 tiles), and it showcases eight centuries of architectural history!
Professor Zhang Lin built an artificial mountain villa in Beijing, China...on top of his apartment building. He carried each and every stone to the 26-story-high rooftop by himself, which took him six years!
The Academy of Sciences in California's "living roof" is covered in rolling hills and fields on which local wildlife lives and is edged by solar panels. The U.S. Green Building Council: Leed Platinum has given it the highest sustainability rating of any museum in the world.
Rooftop Cinema is in the heart of downtown Melbourne and screens films in a completely unique urban setting.
Bob Hope's former home, which is topped by a giant domed curving copper roof that opens up over an interior courtyard, is considered one of the most iconic architectural examples in the world.