Some buildings will absolutely fascinate you with their stunning designs, genius architectural decisions, and the sheer power of their aesthetics. This article isn’t about these kinds of buildings, however. Nope! Not all buildings are made equal, you see, and the ‘bad’ ones need to be shamed publicly so that others don’t copy their designs. So we’ll be focusing exclusively on just plain terrible architectural decisions.

And the worst of the worst end up on the ‘That’s It, I’m Architecture Shaming’ Facebook group where users mercilessly prod and poke bad design. It’s fun, it’s educational, it’s something cool to scroll through during your next coffee break. 

Remember to upvote your fave photos that you love to hate and be sure to follow the architecture-shaming Facebook group if you like their stuff. They’re a growing community with awesome content.

Bored Panda spoke about what separates good and bad design, the need to democratize the access to quirky private property designs, as well as about the roles that architecture plays with an expert in the field from Sweden who has a background in urban planning. You’ll find our full interview with her below.

#1

I Dunno, Slim Doesn't Seem To Be Digging This Situation

I Dunno, Slim Doesn't Seem To Be Digging This Situation

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Mihai Mara
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4 months ago

Cute :)

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#2

This Pillar Was Straight Last Week. This Is The First Floor Of A Seven-Floor Building

This Pillar Was Straight Last Week. This Is The First Floor Of A Seven-Floor Building

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Raine Soo
Community Member
4 months ago

Oh, dear.

Sue Hazlewood
Community Member
4 months ago

Hey boss, I'll be working from home for the foreseeable future

Grumble O'Pug
Community Member
4 months ago

Ruuuun!!!!

Vicky Z
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4 months ago (edited)

My thoughts exactly!! Forget the photos and RUN!!!!!

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Hannah Edwards
Community Member
4 months ago

Get out and stay out.

Eslamala
Community Member
4 months ago (edited)

Back in 2010, we had a big earthquake (8.8 Richter) and half of my city was ruined. Well, one office building a few blocks from my house got literally cut in half, and it happened because the bank that owned that floor (I think it was the 10th floor) removed some pillars they weren't supposed to...

Whatshername
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4 months ago

Nope

Monday
Community Member
4 months ago

Nope

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M O'Connell
Community Member
4 months ago

That's probably a plastic utilities chase. A building of that size would not be structurally supported by steel columns like that.

Johnny
Community Member
4 months ago

I was going to say the same thing, that's doesn't look big enough to be a structural support. Probably someone ran into it with the mail cart.

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The Cute Cat
Community Member
4 months ago

The roof will be raining rocks

Billy The Kid
Community Member
4 months ago

And people from the floors above

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DKS 001
Community Member
4 months ago

for some reason, the song "Under Pressure" comes to mind

Raven Sheridan
Community Member
4 months ago

Start looking for a job in a different building. 😬

Mary Peace
Community Member
4 months ago

Never mind the job, save your life.

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Abhijeet
Community Member
4 months ago

Just wait for another week ...

W McDonald
Community Member
4 months ago

Well that’s not gonna turn out okay

Jo Johannsen
Community Member
4 months ago

Not gonna make it.

Daniel (ShadowDrakken)
Community Member
4 months ago

When you decide to support a ceiling with pool noodles

WindyWolfe
Community Member
4 months ago

Uh oh

Lanie
Community Member
4 months ago

Photoshopped

Hidden Gen-Z
Community Member
4 months ago

Get. Out. Before. It. Is. Too. Late

Equine_Ravenclaw_Directioner
Community Member
4 months ago

RUN. Don't come back!

Vance Neumann
Community Member
4 months ago

Get. Out. Now.

MagicalUnicorn
Community Member
4 months ago

oh oh...

Billy The Kid
Community Member
4 months ago

Maybe its a pole for pole dancers?

Lululoohoo
Community Member
4 months ago (edited)

ummmmm yikes. *hello boss? i'll be working from home indefinitely! thanks!

Susan Mercurio
Community Member
4 months ago

This is not an architecture fail. This is an engineering fail.

angry blobfish
Community Member
4 months ago

tell someone, call someone to fix it, and run. quickly.

Louise Stange-Wahl
Community Member
4 months ago

Does anyone know where this is? Kinda reminds me of OFFICE SPACE where Peter works. Definitely agree it isn't holding the building up, but I would have an engineer pull that false ceiling down and check it out. I worked in a building that was questionable. It was a chip manufacturer and they sold it to a film studio. It was huge with hallways all over the place. I got to know all the shot cuts. What was creepy is that there were areas where you could see holes in the concrete floor, and look down to the next floor! They had a really nice area that we nicknamed JURASSIC PARK with all kinds of tropical plants and fish. The outside walls were so thick, you couldn't even hear the freeway, which was less than 200 feet away! Don't remember a single take being ruined because of outside noise!

Giovanna
Community Member
4 months ago

R U N

Code_002.2
Community Member
4 months ago

sighhhhhhhhhhhh

Sam rice
Community Member
4 months ago

Nope nanope nope nope

Shaurya Joshi
Community Member
4 months ago

Uh oh

Sue Grigg
Community Member
4 months ago

Get out !

Auzi
Community Member
4 months ago

Yah... run!

Emixx
Community Member
4 months ago

That's got to be annoying

Bill
Community Member
4 months ago

Get out and don't go back

NeonDisco
Community Member
4 months ago

Run as fast as u can!!

Vasana Phong
Community Member
4 months ago

Run!!

Rod Egret
Community Member
4 months ago

Are you serious?

Donkey boi
Community Member
4 months ago

If I was an architect, I would purposefully have several pillars dead straight and one do this!

Shelli Aderman
Community Member
4 months ago

Eek

Mumchkin
Community Member
4 months ago

😳

Freya Fluharty
Community Member
2 months ago

Time to leave.

Stella Goldfish
Community Member
2 months ago

Now that is creepy.

Karen Glass
Community Member
2 months ago

Walked up to it and shook it

Karen Glass
Community Member
2 months ago

Walked up to it and shook it.

Fieke Engelen
Community Member
3 months ago

I'm moving out!!

Diane Crawford
Community Member
4 months ago

I thought I was drunk so thank you for telling me it was not my fault! "_"

Elizabeth Butler
Community Member
4 months ago

RUN!!

TexasWoman
Community Member
4 months ago

Uh oh........

Owen Merkel
Community Member
4 months ago

I would HAUL ME ASS OUT OF THERE

Owen Merkel
Community Member
4 months ago

MY*

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Lionelle Grosdemanche-dien
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4 months ago

Scary

Loraine D.G. MacGinness
Community Member
4 months ago

I'm sure its stability doesn't rely on just one bent , only slightly , pole ??

Charlotte Carpenter
Community Member
4 months ago

i'd get out of there real sonic speedy! Ya wanna see some reeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaal speeeeeeeed?

Tina Joubert
Community Member
4 months ago

Looks like the doctors office that needs more then doctors

michelle neugebauer
Community Member
4 months ago

UO

katboxjanitor
Community Member
4 months ago

Ummm, Boss? May I work from home until the building gets repaired?

patricia matthews
Community Member
4 months ago

Danger! Danger!

Jill Tremblay
Community Member
4 months ago

Ummmmm..............guys ??????

June Dominguez
Community Member
4 months ago

Is this for real? I would never ever go in here if I saw this!

Sue Kozin
Community Member
4 months ago

Oh, no.

Manel Dias
Community Member
4 months ago

May be a BOXER living here. might have mistaken it in to a punching bag.

Cathryn Cade
Community Member
4 months ago

DON'T GO UPSTAIRS!!!

Arran Walker
Community Member
4 months ago

Time to find a new job

Carolyn Legg
Community Member
4 months ago

RUN!!

Laura Schiller
Community Member
4 months ago

Be afraid. Be very very afraid.

Annie
Community Member
4 months ago

Run!

Meami
Community Member
4 months ago

RUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sue Clasen
Community Member
4 months ago

Upsies something is crooked!

Dan Abramsky
Community Member
4 months ago

if it's an error, shame on them. If it's on-purpose design, then kudos for their departure from the bland office environment!

Artist Known As Lisa
Community Member
4 months ago

Rut ro..

Roberto Durante
Community Member
4 months ago

Ok, time to find another office place

Mike Proco
Community Member
4 months ago

Run!!!!!

Christine Temple
Community Member
4 months ago

Where is OSHA?

Naldo
Community Member
4 months ago

Get out....NOW!

Maris Kurm
Community Member
4 months ago

Oh s**t....

Flavia Slag
Community Member
4 months ago

AH? Where's the exit please?

Johan Plane
Community Member
4 months ago

Get out of there! QUICK!!

Cheryl Fontaine
Community Member
4 months ago

Good time to transfer out

Cheryl Fontaine
Community Member
4 months ago

Might be a good time to transfer out..

Patricia Kasprowski
Community Member
4 months ago

Prepare to evacuate!

Patricia Kasprowski
Community Member
4 months ago

Oh hell no!

23AClark
Community Member
4 months ago

Be afraid...be very, very afraid! 😳

Roxie Ayotte
Community Member
4 months ago

Ooooh!! Not good

Eric Forster
Community Member
4 months ago

I'm asking for a transfer.

Stan Chung
Community Member
4 months ago

I don't know why is the architect being shamed because this seems to be an engineering problem.

Ricky Mujica
Community Member
4 months ago

holy s**t!

Geordie Insomniac
Community Member
4 months ago

I think I'd rather leave, tbh!

Elizabeth
Community Member
4 months ago

RUN as fast as you can!

David Muench
Community Member
4 months ago

😬

Diana Murtaugh
Community Member
4 months ago

Even poles can buckle under pressure. Poor thing needs a lil support.

Edie Bellocchio
Community Member
4 months ago

Poor excuse!!! The builder sucks

Tahani
Community Member
4 months ago

Fuuuuuuuuuuuuu

JD Lee
Community Member
4 months ago

RUN!

Doris Bennett
Community Member
4 months ago

OMG!

Laura Primus
Community Member
4 months ago

Aye....yai...yai...

Laura Primus
Community Member
4 months ago

Aye yai yai...

Ivy Stockstill
Community Member
4 months ago

hmmm...

Studio5301
Community Member
4 months ago

haha on straight last week! building beams and your neck both are designed to be curved to hold weight.

Irene Povlsen
Community Member
4 months ago

Even the cabinets on the left don’t seem too impressed about the situation…

Irene Povlsen
Community Member
4 months ago

Even the cabinets on the left don’t look too happy about the pole situation…

Bored Birgit
Community Member
4 months ago

Someone who should have been on a diet tried some table dancing here?

Solidhog
Community Member
4 months ago

Just moving my desk near the fire exit........the outside of the fire exit.

Patty Leaton
Community Member
4 months ago

bent

Bacony Cakes
Community Member
4 months ago

black mesa be like

Kim Kermes
Community Member
4 months ago

Send this to the local building inspectors! Also the fire department and the hospital.

Pangolin Pal
Community Member
4 months ago

Uh-oh - this will not end well. . .

Synsepalum
Community Member
4 months ago

run

Dorothy Cloud
Community Member
4 months ago

I don't think I'd want to work there!

Mark Berry
Community Member
4 months ago

It's just settling...I mean unsettling

A Random Panda
Community Member
4 months ago

Nope.

Brandi VanSteenwyk
Community Member
4 months ago

I would immediately be looking for a new job (assuming this is the OP's workplace).

Emme Magnolia
Community Member
4 months ago

This is what happens when you hire non-union construction workers to build your building.

Kakofonyx
Community Member
4 months ago

You know you're in a toxic work environment when even the building pillars bend under pressure.

Royer Potts
Community Member
4 months ago

Leave that building, and get everyone out with you.

Catherine Brady
Community Member
4 months ago

Wouldn't want an office on any floor above this one.

Pterodactyl C. Bishop
Community Member
4 months ago

mildly concerning

Gail Cloutier
Community Member
4 months ago

I wouldn't go in there. Time to call building inspector.

Hugo A-niro
Community Member
4 months ago

Isn't any one worried?

Nadine Bamberger
Community Member
4 months ago

RUN!!!!

Nicole Weymann
Community Member
4 months ago

GET OUT! Working from home just got an additional health benefit

James F. Wilson Jr.
Community Member
4 months ago

No wonder it looks empty

Penelope Mays
Community Member
4 months ago

that CAN'T be safe

Sarah
Community Member
4 months ago

In addition to the obvious, whoever chose that carpet needs a different profession. "I think we'll go with Looks Like Filthy Warehouse Floor..."

Lisa Bateman
Community Member
4 months ago

That is worrying.

Jo Chrisco
Community Member
4 months ago

Hey....gray pool noodles.

D K
Community Member
4 months ago

No.

Seabeast
Community Member
4 months ago

Pack up your stuff and get out. Now.

Connie Martin
Community Member
4 months ago

Gaaahhhhhh

Community Member
4 months ago

Nope.

Beth Kramer
Community Member
4 months ago

Run!

Jen A-Ben
Community Member
4 months ago

Run!

Steve Wilson
Community Member
4 months ago

Somebody probably ran into it with a forklift or something similar. If it was structural failure I think the others would be bent as well. I’m not an engineer, though.

Mike Loux
Community Member
4 months ago

That's....not good.

Jo Firth
Community Member
4 months ago

Run.Now.As fas as you can!!

Les Izmore
Community Member
4 months ago

I'm surprised they got the picture before the building was condemned for safety

Izzy Nya~~~
Community Member
4 months ago

Get out of there!!!

Beth L
Community Member
4 months ago

Nope. Nope right on out of there.

lara
Community Member
4 months ago

Let's not move any more furniture upstairs.

KimTx
Community Member
4 months ago (edited)

That looks safe... not so much...

Jennifer Norton
Community Member
4 months ago

Get out..... get out now!!!!

Paul Aguilera
Community Member
4 months ago

if this was on purpose, i would love to do that every few beams to mess with people. if not, then i would love to run for my life!

grafxgal60073
Community Member
4 months ago

Run, don't walk away.

bastillee
Community Member
4 months ago

Get out. Get out. NOW!

bastillee
Community Member
4 months ago

Get out. Get out! NOW1

Mike Dianda
Community Member
4 months ago

not funny last saw this at the then being constructed Hard Rock Hotel that collapsed and killed three people

Shull GaRett
Community Member
4 months ago

Exit, stage right. That instant

Ara Noguera
Community Member
4 months ago

Yikes

Curry on...
Community Member
4 months ago

Ut oh!

Nina Khmielnitzky
Community Member
4 months ago

get out!

Pasion Jones
Community Member
4 months ago

i quit.........

The Dave
Community Member
4 months ago

Brother, that’s not an architectural issue. If it wasn’t hit, that’s a scary engineering issue. This is what folks saw before the New Orleans Hard Rock Hotel collapsed.

Josee Boissinot
Community Member
4 months ago

Run!

Suzanne Haigh
Community Member
4 months ago

Yes, oh dear

Bradley Lindsey Adcock
Community Member
4 months ago

leave the building

Lu
Community Member
4 months ago

Metal beams holding up load like that???

Liz the Wanderer
Community Member
4 months ago

That's a giant Nope!

Hollysmom
Community Member
4 months ago

I'll be leaving now

John C
Community Member
4 months ago

Hey boss, I'll be working from home until that support beam is straight again.

Tessa Merkley
Community Member
4 months ago

run, run for your dear life

Marilyn Holt
Community Member
4 months ago

yikes

Easily Excitable Panda
Community Member
4 months ago

Working from home never looked so life-saving.

Lena Hill
Community Member
4 months ago

PLEASE FIX ITS KILLING ME

Gracie Jay
Community Member
4 months ago

That’s incredibly worrisome!!😱

AzKhaleesi
Community Member
4 months ago

oh yea I'd nope out real quick

Denise VanBuren
Community Member
4 months ago

Yikes

howdylee
Community Member
4 months ago

Do my eyes deceive me, or does this look shopped?

QueenMiri
Community Member
4 months ago

Get out of there. Now.

Frances Petendra
Community Member
4 months ago

Now that’s an unsafe working environment

François Carré
Community Member
4 months ago

RUN.

Lila Launehase
Community Member
4 months ago

Run!

kjorn
Community Member
4 months ago

but the pillard is still there right? goodenough...571947.jpg goodenough-6093fa2571947.jpg

Mark Chasteen
Community Member
4 months ago

GET. OUT.

Al Christensen
Community Member
4 months ago

Run.

Russell Davison
Community Member
4 months ago

GTFO

Anime weeb gurl
Community Member
4 months ago

if this is just for a seven floor building imagine a 30 floor one with this pillar

CrazyPlantLady
Community Member
4 months ago

*employees all quit*

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4 months ago

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#3

I Do Not Give A Damn How Well It’s Cantilevered Or How Strong The Struts Are. I Do Not Have The Kind Of Luck It Would Take To Set Foot In This House

I Do Not Give A Damn How Well It’s Cantilevered Or How Strong The Struts Are. I Do Not Have The Kind Of Luck It Would Take To Set Foot In This House

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Raine Soo
Community Member
4 months ago

Oh, hells no! How do you get insurance for that?

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The Sweden-based urban planning expert explained to Bored Panda that while public spaces must meet safety and accessibility standards, aesthetic standards can be much more fluid for buildings. The expert spoke to Bored Panda on the condition that she remain anonymous. (Remember, just because you're an expert in something and want to be helpful doesn't mean that you always like the limelight... unlike quirky architecture which just begs you to look at it!)

“Most of the time, the elements of the built environment should be in harmony amidst each other and with the surroundings. However, sometimes, something bolder and out-of-the-box might form an engaging contrast,” she said. However, the urban planning expert shared with Bored Panda that, in her personal opinion, our built environments have to engage us, as well as stimulate our minds and senses. In fact, she believes that architecture’s ability to make us think is one of its most powerful aspects.

#4

The Cactus Is *chef’s Kiss

The Cactus Is *chef’s Kiss

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Elsker
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4 months ago

Very, uhm, art deco ;)

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#5

This Is Not Photoshopped

This Is Not Photoshopped

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Raine Soo
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4 months ago

Was Dr Seuss the architect?

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#6

That Gives Me Anxiety

That Gives Me Anxiety

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soniacccccccccc
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4 months ago

And this, my dear children, is why we learn basic measurements in school

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“There are circumstances where the architecture should create a sense of calmness and safety, yet there are instances in which it is not bad if the architecture provokes us and makes us think, ‘Why don't I like the look of this building?’”

The urban planner said that we should give people the freedom to express themselves as they wish when it comes to designing their private property. As long as they have the means, nearly everything is allowed, in her opinion.

#7

Opera And Ballet Theatre Of Cheboksary (Russia)

Opera And Ballet Theatre Of Cheboksary (Russia)

Top: original picture
Bottom: slightly photoshopped picture

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The Alpha Geek
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4 months ago

I sense a disturbance in the force.

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#8

A Friend Of Mine Cross-Posted This And It Made Me Think Of Y’all

A Friend Of Mine Cross-Posted This And It Made Me Think Of Y’all

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Fives
Community Member
4 months ago

Gandalf?

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#9

I Might Like This If Those Were Slides

I Might Like This If Those Were Slides

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Raine Soo
Community Member
4 months ago

This is certainly interesting - lots of curves and swirls.

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“Quirky architecture comes from our innate desire to demonstrate our uniqueness. However, not everyone who has the means has an average taste for aesthetics. Yet, as long as it is for the people who inhabit or use their private space, I mean why not?” she told Bored Panda that as long as you’re not actively harming anyone else with how bad your designs are, you should be able to be as unique as you want. Even if it falls short of objective aesthetic standards.

#10

Who Remembers Those Gerbil Enclosures That Look Like This?

Who Remembers Those Gerbil Enclosures That Look Like This?

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Glynna Bowood
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4 months ago

Where is this?!

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#11

This Looks Like A Place A Villain Would Live

This Looks Like A Place A Villain Would Live

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Fives
Community Member
4 months ago

Is it bad that i like it?

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#12

I’ll Meet Your Brutalism, And Raise You This

I’ll Meet Your Brutalism, And Raise You This

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Glynna Bowood
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4 months ago

Words fail me...

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However, the expert acknowledged that others in the industry might not see things the way that she does. Others, she said, believe that private property must be in harmony with the surroundings.

“But, I think that we should not cross that thin line where architecture becomes reserved for only the wealthy and for those with ‘good taste’ (whoever decides that). I’m only talking about private property here, though. When it comes to public space, there should be a consensus between the public and the professional about the design,” she said that the rules for the private and public spheres are very different.

#13

Um... What Is This?

Um... What Is This?

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Hannah Edwards
Community Member
4 months ago

I like it.

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#14

Art Nouveau On Psychedelics

Art Nouveau On Psychedelics

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Autumn
Community Member
4 months ago

The little one looks like it's wearing sunglasses

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#15

I Wonder Who Thought This Would Be A Good Idea

I Wonder Who Thought This Would Be A Good Idea

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Furst Läst
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4 months ago

Makes for a good shell-ter.

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The urban planning expert also had some advice when it comes to design. “Firstly, even though I often advocate for unconventionally looking buildings, I do not encourage purposefully provocative architecture. The building should be designed with the intention to accommodate and protect society. It should create a sense of safety but not be boring,” she told Bored Panda that we ought to strike a balance between uniqueness and service, expression and community.

#16

“Sharkitecture”

“Sharkitecture”

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Prilsy
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4 months ago

Inspired by Sharknado?

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#17

Can We All Just Take A Moment And Acknowledge That Prince Produced Some Great Music, But He Lived In A Water Treatment Station

Can We All Just Take A Moment And Acknowledge That Prince Produced Some Great Music, But He Lived In A Water Treatment Station

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Glynna Bowood
Community Member
4 months ago

I had heard he lived at his production studios, now I understand.

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#18

The “Snail House” In Bulgaria Actually Does Look Like A Snail

The “Snail House” In Bulgaria Actually Does Look Like A Snail

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Raine Soo
Community Member
4 months ago

This is definitely full of whimsy.

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What’s more, the expert from Sweden pointed out that accessibility, inclusiveness, and empowerment should also be key features of any architectural project. “Also, I prefer somewhat complex but systemic designs. Minimalistic and box like floor plans are good in some cases where easy access is necessary (for example, hospitals) yet they can be completely mind-numbing while more complex floor plan designs are more mind-stimulating (for example, good for schools, in my opinion).”

#19

Toilet-Shaped House (Named Haewoojae), Built By Sim Jae-Duck, The Chairman Of The Organizing Committee Of The Inaugural General Assembly Of The World Toilet Association

Toilet-Shaped House (Named Haewoojae), Built By Sim Jae-Duck, The Chairman Of The Organizing Committee Of The Inaugural General Assembly Of The World Toilet Association

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Raine Soo
Community Member
4 months ago

I would not be wanting to live in a crapper.

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#20

Interesting Concept

Interesting Concept

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Fives
Community Member
4 months ago

Literally a house on wheels.

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#21

A House I Used To Drive Past In A Little Iowa Town. All I Ever Heard From Locals Was That This Place Had A Terrible Leaking Problem When It Rained

A House I Used To Drive Past In A Little Iowa Town. All I Ever Heard From Locals Was That This Place Had A Terrible Leaking Problem When It Rained

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Donkey boi
Community Member
4 months ago

I think you got the wrong place, Giza. You might be in de-Nile about it, check with your mummy. Carrying these puns is hurting my back, I'd best go see a Cairo-practor.

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At the time of writing, the ‘That’s It, I’m Architecture Shaming’ community had 64.1k members. However, it’s growing so rapidly, that by the time you’re reading this, dear Pandas, that number could be much, much higher. Just in the last week alone, the group grew by over 7.3k members. And they’ve made upwards of a thousand posts in the last month.

#22

They Drew The Line At A Fountain In The Kitchen

They Drew The Line At A Fountain In The Kitchen

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Dave In MD
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4 months ago

Pretty ballsy design.

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#23

You Too Can Have Your Own White Castle

You Too Can Have Your Own White Castle

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Raine Soo
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4 months ago

That looks like a Lego castle.

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#24

I Will Haunt Your Dreams! Residential Building In Belgium

I Will Haunt Your Dreams! Residential Building In Belgium

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Raine Soo
Community Member
4 months ago

It looks like Munch's 'The Scream' in building form.

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Because of this fast growth and the issues that came with it, the administrator of the ‘Architecture Shaming’ group, Oregon-based Matthew Brühn, addressed the community and the changes that took place in April. In short, the rules are much more structured now.

#25

I Think Syndrome From The Incredibles Lived Here

I Think Syndrome From The Incredibles Lived Here

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Jessica Shookhoff
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4 months ago

Finally! A building big enough for my clone army!!!

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#26

Bangkok's Elephant Building. The Tusks Are A Bowling Alley In My Imagination

Bangkok's Elephant Building. The Tusks Are A Bowling Alley In My Imagination

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Ara
Community Member
4 months ago

Why?

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#27

Why?

Why?

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Mihai Mara
Community Member
4 months ago

"Room with gorgeous view of the landscape"

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Matthew pointed out that the admins have been getting tired of the “massive influx of negativity” that came with more and more members joining the community. While the admin expressed his admiration for how wonderful many members are, he also noted that the group will start filtering out overly-aggressive posts.

#28

Saw This On A Walk Today. A Table Lamp, In A Glass Box, Hanging From The Roof Of A Carport

Saw This On A Walk Today. A Table Lamp, In A Glass Box, Hanging From The Roof Of A Carport

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Simon Levene
Community Member
4 months ago

OK, that's weird

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#29

This Is Plane Awesome

This Is Plane Awesome

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Raine Soo
Community Member
4 months ago

Please desist. You are punishing me.

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#30

Spotted This Gem In Tel Aviv

Spotted This Gem In Tel Aviv

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Glynna Bowood
Community Member
4 months ago

a fan of Gaudi

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“Don’t take it personally; we’re just trying to create an atmosphere where we can all have fun and be kind. There’s now the equivalent of a small city of us all here now, so that will be more difficult,” Matthew pointed out. He added that mentions of politics and religion will be deleted while all potential new members have to answer some questions before they get in. Which, at the end of the day, leads to a friendlier and happier community that, we're sure, plenty of you Pandas will want to join.

#31

Kind Of Reminds Me Of A Church (Granted, A Strange One) But It’s Actually A House With A 6,000 Sq. Ft. Garage… And Its Own Car Wash

Kind Of Reminds Me Of A Church (Granted, A Strange One) But It’s Actually A House With A 6,000 Sq. Ft. Garage… And Its Own Car Wash

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