The Most Evil Looking Buildings That Could Easily Be Supervillain Headquarters

Are you an evil supervillain? Are you looking for a new lair? Then check out this list of diabolical-looking buildings for some seriously sinister inspiration. They might look like dodgy dens from a James Bond movie, but they’re actually a bunch of awesomely creative, non-nefarious structures from around the world. Compiled by Bored Panda, the list contains everything from a dancing house in Prague and a train station in Lyon to a congress centre in Hangzhou and a research institute in Berlin. You’re sure to find some great design ideas, even if you’re not a scheming supervillain. Don’t forget to vote for the best!

#1 Philadelphia City Hall, Philadelphia, USA

#2 Polygone Riviera, France

#3 Buzludzha, Bulgaria

#4 Mahanakhon Tower, Bangkok, Thailand

#5 Former Research Institute For Experimental Medicine, Berlin, Germany

#6 Riverside Museum, Glasgow, UK

#7 Catholic Church, Paks, Hungary

#8 Bahnhof Office Built Into A Former Anti-Atomic Shelter, Stockholm, Sweden

#9 Maison St Cyr, Brussels, Belgium

#10 Fort Alexander (Plague Fort), Saint Petersburg, Russia

#11 Dc Tower I, Vienna, Austria

#12 Clermont-Ferrand Cathedral, Clermont-Ferrand, France

#13 The National Library Of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus

#14 Expiatori Del Sagrat Cor, Mount Tibidabo, Barcelona, Spain

#15 Temppeliaukion Church, Helsinki, Finland

#16 The Maze Tower, Dubai, UAE

#17 Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavík, Iceland

#18 Oakley Headquarters, Foothill Ranch, Lake Forest, USA

#19 Basque Health Department Headquarters In Bilbao, Spain

#20 Aiguille Du Midi, French Alps

#21 Ferrari World, Abu Dhabi, UAE

#22 Taipei 101 Observatory, Taipei City, Taiwan

#23 Nakagin Capsule Tower, Tokyo, Japan

#24 Wedding Palace, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan

#25 Ostankino Broadcast Tower, Moscow, Russia


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