21 Buildings So Evil-Looking They Could Be a Supervillain’s Hideout

When a supervillain goes on the hunt for a new property the sort of place they’re after isn’t normally readily available on any property search website, so the chances are that they’ll either occupy and existing building or take over an abandoned one so that they can continue to plot their plan for world domination.

Just as Hollywood movies have taught us over the years, your normal two-up-two-down terraced house just won’t do for a truly evil supervillain – they need a truly evil-looking building to match. Here we’ve put together a list of 21 truly evil building designs that would make the cut.

1. Former Research Institute For Experimental Medicine, Berlin, Germany

Barrie Leach

2. Mahanakhon Tower, Bangkok, Thailand

Jackrit Singhanutta

3. Buzludzha, Bulgaria

Nikon Morris, KamrenB Photography

4. Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia, USA

James Losey

5. Polygone Riviera, France

polygone-riviera.fr, dominique andré

6. Fort Alexander (Plague Fort), Saint Petersburg, Russia

flappytowel

7. Dc Tower I, Vienna, Austria

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8. Bahnhof Office Built Into A Former Anti-Atomic Shelter, Stockholm, Swedenr

Albert France-Lanord (A)rchitects

9. Basque Health Department Headquarters In Bilbao, Spain

ALEIX BAGUÉ

10. Temppeliaukion Church, Helsinki, Finland

kosmologi, Jorge Láscar

11. Taipei 101 Observatory, Taipei City, Taiwan

PC_Junkie

12. Ryugyong Hotel, Pyongyang, North Korea

Roman Harak

13. The National Library Of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus

acornsoftware, ctv

14. Ferrari World, Abu Dhabi, UAE

AndersenFC, Aziz J.Hayat

15. Pacific Design Centre, Red Building, Hollywood, California, USA

Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, Jon Viscott

16. The Bank Of America Center, Houston, USA

Mabry Campbell

17. Chongqing Art Museum, Chongqing Shi, China

Thomas

18. Jimbocho Theater, Tokyo, Japan

Nikken Sekkei

19. Al Tijaria Tower, Kuwait City, Kuwait

usabin

20. Omv Borealis Refinery, On The German/Austrian Frontier

Ian Allen

21. Kafka Castle, Sant Pere De Ribes, Barcelona, Spain

archdaily

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