Fairy tales and picture books inspire most people to think of fearsome dragons, towering castles, and heroic warriors. Polish architects Szotyńscy and Zaleski reviewed the work of beloved children’s book illustrator Jan Marcin Szancer and were inspired to create the Krzywy Domek, which translates to “crooked little house.” This architectural novelty is housed in the Rezydent shopping center in Sopot, Poland. It almost looks like two waving buildings crushing a tall blue glass tower. The interior has long, arching stairways. Some onlookers see the arched, waving walls and boundaries of the crooked house and are afraid to go inside, but this is truly a worthy sight.