Some research into uncanny architecture revealed contemporary artist James Casebere, a photographer working with the tableux vivant in carefully constructed and composed scenes specifically with architecture. Casebere's works are actually architectural tabletop models, where he arranges his photographs as real environments to further distort our perception of reality.
Each piece bears an inherent uncanny sensation with familiar themed interiors, foreboding windows and doorways reveal no information whatsoever other than the unknown, to even completely flooded interiors with no explanation. The use of light in particular is essential in establishing the tone and atmosphere, with some suggestive reflections given off from the water. Additionally, these locations are devoid of any life despite resembling a home or communal location; no sign of life or any tangible objects no doubt becomes uncanny in a sense of eerie isolation.
You can find more of James Casebere's work here.