While thousands of years of human history have resulted in some of the grandest architecture we have. And surprisingly, quite a bit of was created without most of the modern technologies we have today. But sometimes, even if the task is simple and all materials and tools imaginable are available, people just can’t get it done.
This next hysterical series of pictures shows you just what happens when someone screws up. Sometimes it’s the laborers, sometimes it’s the contractor, sometimes it’s the engineer and sometimes it’s the architect. But no matter who is responsible, you have to wonder just how much they had to drink the night before.
Who designed these purposeless stairs? At least they’re wheelchair accessible.
A hotel with an inaccessible seating area. We’re wondering how they get fresh flowers up there.
In the event of a fire, um…run?
The funniest part is that this bridge is located in a school of design.
This one is just irritating.
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A cash machine for Spiderman
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We’re not engineers or anything but we’re pretty sure that there’s a better place to put the support beams.
If you manage to get up the stairs, you can use this accessible bathroom.
Here boss, I built the stairs just the way they appear in the blueprints.
We’re gonna guess that these seats are a little cheaper.
This building looks like a toilet.
We didn’t want to take out any cash anyway.
There’s nothing like a beautiful staircase that almost leads somewhere.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 2 bath, and a beautiful balcony
And if that last balcony wasn’t your thing, maybe this one will be.
Handicapped parking for people with a helicopter.
Steps to…a pole?
We hope this “support column” isn’t supposed to be there for structural reasons.
The most pointless door ever.
Maybe don’t go out on the balcony.
We’re not sure if this was some kind of bizarre error but we like it.
So close. So very close.
An emergency exit. As long as you can get through the wall first.
Oh you knew exactly what you were doing.
We didnt want to use those drawers anyway.
When you want to put in a drainage pipe but there’s a clock in the way.
A poorly planned bicycle path
Another brilliant architectural creation.
And another brilliant staircase.
A bench for the public’s enjoyment.