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  • Crazy Buildings: 8 times when the architect has gone too far…

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    Architects… who’d have ‘em!? Well, like it or lump it, they’re an integral part of the construction site and although they can certainly throw some bumps on the road, on the whole they do a good job. BUT, there are times when those crazy architects go far too far and design something that’s just so bloomin’ awful that you wonder what the hell they were smoking that day…

    So, here’s a cheeky run down of terrible buildings that is hard to believe even exist…

    Meitan Tea Museum, Guizhou, China

    Anyone for a cuppa? “Meitan Tea Museum, Guizhou, China”

    The Basket Building, Ohio, USA

    Shopping? NOPE. “The Basket Building, Ohio, USA”

    The Sheep Building, Tirau, Waikato, New Zealand

    That was a woolly idea… “The Sheep Building, Tirau, Waikato, New Zealand”

    Sheepdog Building Tirau, Waikato, New Zealand

    For every sheep building…. “Sheepdog Building Tirau, Waikato, New Zealand”

    Wonderworks - Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, USA

    I wonder whether Lionel Ritchie lives here? “Wonderworks – Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, USA”

    Denenchofu, Tokyo, Japan

    You say tomato, I say…er, Strawberry? “Denenchofu, Tokyo, Japan”

    White Sails Hospital

    Hospital boats… bit 1830′s isn’t it? “White Sails Hospital, (yet to be built)”

    The Walkie Talkie, London

    So, what to put next to St Pauls and the Tower of London… this! #fail “The Walkie Talkie, London”

    OK OK, I know the Walkie Talkie doesn’t really compare to a Sheepdog house but still, it’s ugly isn’t it? What’s your thoughts, what’s the craziest building you’ve worked on/seen? Let us know below or on our Facebook page now!

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