Before something is built, there is a certain procedure that is usually followed. We start with an idea, then we move on to drawing the design, and then proceed to construct the actual project. However, it seems that some people skip the second step and go straight to building without thinking about the possible faults. That’s why we end up with constructions that create more issues than solving the existing problems.

1. “The stairs in an Airbnb I stayed in where every step is a different height, width, and depth.”

2. This building has 2 doors and a very unsettling window placement.

3. “Everything about this annoys me. The way it’s off centered. The random balcony at the top.”

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