20 Strange Architectural and Construction Gaffes

  • April 25, 2014
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11.

Working Hard for the Money

We can’t quite figure out what’s happening here, but our best guesses are that 1) this ATM was designed for giants, 2) that man is actually two feet tall, or 3) this is a unique way to convince people not to take out an extra $100 for the strip club.

12.

Home of the World’s Best Reverse Driver

You just have to hope that whoever lives in that house either drives a motorcycle or has really great car insurance.

13.

No Wheelchairs Allowed

If you were ever wondering how to be in handicapped compliance but still don’t want all those wheelchairs rolling around your building, well, have we got a solution for you.

14.

Willy Wonka’s Playground

Willy Wonka has to find his Oompa Loompas somewhere, and why not snag them early and raise them as the world’s greatest candy makers from the start?

15.

The Stairs to Nowhere

Don’t worry about those stairs go, because first off the answer appears to be “nowhere” and secondly because those bars make it very clear that you’re not allowed to find out.

16.

As if Turning Those Things Wasn’t Hard Enough Already

If you’ve ever tried turning a huge metal valve like this one, you know it’s already difficult enough without adding the additional challenge of trying to turn it through a solid metal bar.

17.

Where the Sidewalk Ends

Someone let Shel Silverstein’s people know that, at long last, we’ve discovered where the sidewalk ends and the answer is in that brick wall right there.

18.

The Handicapped Need to Try a Little Harder

Sure, you can have your wheelchair accessible ramp, but you have to earn the right to actually use it, because you handicapped folks have had it too good for too long.

19.

Apparently Flying Cars are Real

That’s about the only explanation we have for this one, and it kind of irritates us considering this garage means people are clearly holding out on Jetsons-esque technological advancements.

20.

No, That’s Not Hitler’s House

It may look like a place where Hitler would hang his hat, but in fact this swastika shaped building is actually a US Naval Base in Coronado, California, which means that Captain America 2 was accurate and we can fully expect government officials to be whispering “Hail Hydra” to each other.

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