20 Instances Where People Should Have Really “Hired An Architect,” Shared On This Facebook Group

Designing a good building requires creativity, hard work, and practicality. But sometimes, people try to bend the rules with their eccentric ideas and create something really questionable.

The Facebook group ‘You Should Have Hired an Architect’ features some of those weird ideas that people actually implemented in their homes. Whether it’s a matter of unique taste or just sheer absurd thoughtlessness, these buildings and interiors exist in reality. Scroll below to see some of the most bizarre ones. And if you wish to see more, check out our previous post here.

#1 Imagine The Acoustics

#2 Seizure Inducing

#3 Makes Me Nervous. That’s A Pool!

#4 I Swear That Some People Have Made It Their Life’s Mission To Figure Out Ways To Make Stairs Even Deadlier

#5 No Words . .

#6 I Know. It’s Beautiful But I’d Break My Neck

#7 Ooooo A Private Balcony…………….. For The Birds

#8 Nope. I Do Not Trust That Top Bed Framing One Bit

#9 Has The Ambulance Arrived? Okay, I’ll Now Attempt My Shower

#10 Not Great

Image source: Allison Beer McKenzie

#11 I Have Many Questions

#12 Bathrooms The Make You Say Wth?!?!

#13 I Would Have A Perpetual Concussion

#14 Better Make Sure Everyone Has Up To Date Life Insurance Policies

#15 Skateboard Heaven

#16 I Have To Imagine The Second Floor Is… Dark?

#17 I Know Stairs Have Been Done, A Lot. But Seriously, These Are Terrifying

#18 I Like It, But Having To Explain The Need For All Those Discontinuous Load Paths To The Structural Engineer Would Give Me Nightmares

#19 For When The Floors Are Lava. Duh

#20 I See Fear. Death Stairs And A Ladder Beneath The Toilet? At Least They Added Some Flowers To Make It More Inviting

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