Gas stations tend to be pretty bland and merely functional when it comes to architectural design. Many are drab, dirty and downright ugly. Those that are clean and pleasant spaces to visit usually stick to a tried-and-true architectural formula of bright, conservative and no-nonsense, on-brand spaces for pumping gas and convenient-store retail. But there is a rarefied handful of gas stations around the world where the architecture boldly shines, where the owners and architects gave serious consideration to the aesthetics of the gas station as a space and experience to be appreciated and made attractive. Check out some of these on the Architizer site.