‘Cursed Architecture’ Account Is Home To The Cringiest Construction Photos

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A poorly designed architectural space is likely to give everyone a strong sense of discomfort. Luckily, there is a Twitter account dedicated to showing you all the styles that IKEA might never feature in its showrooms.

The ‘Cursed Architecture’ Twitter account—which has been around for seven months—tweets out highly questionable designs. These include a staircase that seems impossible to walk on without risking a neck injury, traffic lights blocked from view, a strange restroom that requires you to climb a wall to reach a urinal, and many more.

Check out the full collection of bizarre designs here. The strong emotions that ensue might prove to be strangely cathartic.


— Cursed Architecture (@CursedArchitect) March 23, 2019


— Cursed Architecture (@CursedArchitect) March 10, 2019


— Cursed Architecture (@CursedArchitect) April 9, 2019

My future door knob https://t.co/5WIrpR1y0N pic.twitter.com/NKgLfBKmoS

— Masque of the Red Death (@doctorow) March 16, 2019


— Cursed Architecture (@CursedArchitect) April 14, 2019


— Cursed Architecture (@CursedArchitect) April 12, 2019


— Cursed Architecture (@CursedArchitect) April 8, 2019

[via Insider, cover image via Shutterstock] http://www.designtaxi.com/news/404304/Cursed-Architecture-Account-Is-Home-To-The-Cringiest-Construction-Photos/

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