Most companies use some form of advertising to let customers know about their product. Some of them follow unique way by shaping their buildings like their company’s product.
Just look at these stunning buildings! Share if you like.
1 Longaberger Basket Home Office
The Longaberger Company was an American manufacturer and distributor of handcrafted maple wood baskets and other home and lifestyle products. It was one of the primary employers in the area near Dresden, Ohio, with more than 8,200 employees and 1 billion dollars in sales
2 Mammy cupboard
Mammy's Cupboard (founded 1940) is a roadside restaurant built in the shape of a mammy archetype,located on US Highway 61 south of Natchez, Mississippi. The woman's skirt holds a dining room and a gift shop.The skirt is made out of bricks, and the earrings are horseshoes. She is holding a serving tray while smiling.
3 National Fisheries Development Office
Even government agencies occasionally join in on the novelty architecture craze. This 4-story fish building was constructed in 2012 to function as an office for the National Fisheries Development in Rajendranager, Hyderabad, India. In the belly of this colossal flounder, work is being done to expand technology for India's fisheries and aquaculture. Entrance to the building is beneath a silver fin.
4 United Equipment
Do you need to buy or rent a piece of heavy machinery for a home remodel or a landscape project? There could be no better place than this bulldozer-shaped office building in Turlock, California. It is owned by United Equipment, a company that specializes in construction machinery. Built in 1976, this office masquerades as a massive Cat D5 bulldozer and is 2-stories tall and 66-feet long. Its giant scoop appears to be pushing a pile of rocks in its path. Although it looks ready to move mountains, its offices inside are actually quite normal and sedate.
5 Twistee Treat Ice Cream
Between 1983 and the mid-1990s, Twistee Treat opened 90 or so ice cream shops around the country, and each one is shaped like a delicious cone of soft-serve vanilla. Want your own towering cone? A completely stocked one in Zephyrhills, Florida, is on the market for a mere $475,000. Or, if you’re on a budget but good with tools, the same listing also offers “A Separate Dismantled Ice Cream Cone Building” at the bargain price of $40,000.
6 Whiskey Barrel
Have a pint of beer or something stronger poured for you inside of this monstrous keg-shaped building located in Okinawa, Japan. The Tonneau Bistro & Bar is 4-stories tall and serves both food and drink. As an added benefit, it comes complete with a giant spout.
7 Randy Donuts
Randy's Donuts is a bakery and landmark building in Inglewood, California, near Los Angeles International Airport.There are actually two different sized doughnuts.
8 Big Chicken
The Big Chicken was built in 1963 as part of Johnny Reb’s Chick, Chuck and Shake. The then-called Kentucky Fried Chicken took over the Big Chicken in 1974. It was almost torn down a few times.
9 Abandoned Longhorn Grill
Last known as the Longhorn Grill, the abandoned commercial space in Amado, Arizona that makes visitors walk through the nose hole of a giant longhorn skull is one of the most iconic constructions in the area, even if it has been pretty much abandoned.
10 Grand Guitar
Grand Guitar in Bristol, Tennessee bills itself as the "World's Only Guitar Shaped Music and Gift Shop." Located in an area renowned for its country and bluegrass music, this 70-foot long guitar-shape also functions as a museum where people can view instruments on display and see memorabilia from performers. One of the first nationally distributed country music records- by the Carter Family and Jimmy Rogers- was made in this town in 1927, so it comes with history. The building itself was built in 1983 and is 3-stories tall. The guitar's sound holes are also its windows, and its strings are made of nylon rope.