The cylindrical Melnikov House with hexagonal windows in central Moscow was built in the 1920s
Inside the main studio of the Melnikov House
The building of the Russian Academy of Sciences was finished in 1990s and is nicknamed 'gold brains' because of its decorative element made of metal and glass
The Parus (Sail) apartment complex in northwest Moscow was built in 2007
The 736 meter long building that houses the Scientific Research Center for Electronic Computer Machinery is unofficially known as 'Horizontal Skyscraper'
Ring House built in the west of Moscow has 9 floors, 936 apartments and 26 entrances. It was built in 1979 in the run-up to the 1980 Summer Olympics
The so-called 'centipede house' designed by architect Andrei Meyerson in 1978 as a hotel ahead of the Moscow 1980 Olympics. The main feature of the structure is twenty pairs of reinforced concrete 'legs'
The Egg house designed by Russian architects Sergei Tkachenko and Oleg Dubrovsky appeared in Moscow in 2002
14-storey residential building called Ship House, or Titanic, was designed by architect Vladimir Babad and built in 1981
Arseniy Morozov’s Mansion was built in 1899 by architect Viktor Mazyrin. According to the legend, the rich merchant Arseny Morozov was inspired to create this building by his travelling across Portugal
Tea House in central Moscow resembling Chinese pagoda was constructed in 1890-1893 by architect Roman Klein for Perlov & Sons tea company
An elephant shaped house in the village of Ostrovtsy near Moscow. Inside - four floors, connected by a spiral staircase