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10 Architects That Forgot How To Architect

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1. The guy who clearly misunderstood the lyrics to "Stairway to Heaven."

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"It's my new invention. I call it: 'The Door Emergency.'"

2. From the makers of Chutes and Ladders comes the far less enjoyable... Ramps and Stairs.

Hilarious ramp on the @UnivDesignStyle bad design blog. It's not even an access issue; it just makes no sense at all.

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Hilarious ramp on the @UnivDesignStyle bad design blog. It's not even an access issue; it just makes no sense at all.

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3. The guy who built M.C. Escher's house.

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To be fair, this would a great idea if the house were in space.

4. The landscape architect who's obviously been stuck on too many planes with noisy kids.

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5. *sigh*

6. The architect who forgot to bring measuring tape.

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"People. They're the ones with the whiskers, right?"

7. This window is probably his handiwork as well:

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"You folks are going to love this house. It has two bathrooms, three bedrooms, and a rustic dungeon-y aesthetic."

8. The guy who couldn't remember if their client wanted a pool or a pole, so he built both.

9. The inventor of the worst horror movie plot in history.

10. And finally, the person who somehow thought this was normal:

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Nope nope nope.

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