The Spanish Bus Station by Eustáquio Martínez is an example of some of the most unusual architecture found in Spain. This creative design takes bus stations to a whole new level with its alien-like appearance.
The top of the building looks like broken pieces of rock with red lava flowing from underneath with its shattered design. From afar, this top-heavy building appears to be floating, and the bright green buses underneath clash with the red cavities on its roof.
What is incredibly interesting about Spanish architecture is that many of their creative designs are on a building as common as a bus shelter. This strange yet beautiful building reinvents a standard public transportation center into a unique and unconventional structure.
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