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October 3, 2011 |
In: Architecture, WTF
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Last to get laid.
Thin ass buildings
Americans are all fat anyway.
Not our imprisoned criminals, we give them gyms with weights so they can become stronger.
good point. damn, Americans are dumb as shit.
Not our imprisoned criminals, we give them…ah, fuck it.
fuck you dude what cuntry are you from?
F that… I would feel claustrophobic as hell in any of those buildings.
Dang! I don't see how you could exist in most of those. I think I have more room in my cubical.
#12 You'd think a good gust of wind would blow this thing over.
#20 WTF why would you waste money building that thing?
HOAs do crazy shit sometimes.
It's probably a film set facade. they build them to code, just without the depth because you only ever see the front on screen
Nope, its a real house. People live there
This is actually right by my house. It was for sale when I bought. It is a tiny lot that the city would not allow to be absorbed into the one next door so they built something that would fit all of the easements. It is even worse than it seems from the outside, when the front door is open it scraps the back wall.
And i am having sex with Megan Fox
he has a hoop and a driveway in the back. Must really love hoops….
Tell me a lot of these are shopped. Otherwise, what the hell's the point?
I guess you can tell because you've seen a lot of shops in your time
#12 or a good gust of paula
and her waste of life troll friends
She certainly does blow.. whore!
Good amount of these look like they'd have rooms bigger than my first apartment in University.
#19 is really cool. They just need to expose the rest of that old brick.
#20 has to be real freaky to go into.
I'm thinking some of these were movie props
#6 Is a movie set.
Except it's a real place in europe
I'm a bit late to this party, but here's streetview proof: http://g.co/maps/e37ag
Minding the gap just reached a whole new level.
#19 drank some craft beer in front of that one… "La Casa Minima", in Buenos Aires, Argentina
#14 Boston, North End. Owners are really nice people.
…making them more unusual than this house for Boston residents.
I was going to say it looks like Charlestown
Both within walking distance of the Stanley Cup Champion Bruins!
#3 – You could do a whole post on narrow Amsterdam houses…
You could do a whole post about amsterdam
wow i know the hotel liberty i stayed there on July 20th, good staff and the stairs are f-ing crazy!
ya amsterdam houses were taxed on width. a slew of houses in the dam are no wider than 10 feet
I bet the interiors are more interesting than the exteriors……
Ya I was thinking the same thing as well. I really would've liked to see the inside.
#10 That is One Madison Park on East 23rd Street in Manhattan. Major financial problems with that property.
and not really thin at all
#20 is in highland park IL the owner was upset for all of the zoning laws in the area and made this to "stick it to the man" at least that is what i heard…. too much money in too small of a town
to stick it to the man? looks like the jokes on him
probably doesnt even have room for stairs, uses ladders lol
I would have made a lighthouse, that way it would have been awesome, and then you can stick it to the man
I would have made a statue of your mom with a strap-on, so they could both stick it to the man.
It's actually in Deerfield. Right across from the train tracks on Hazel.
Would have been interesting seeing the interiors to all these….
That's what I keep saying about Hump day.
most interesting post in a while. I kept scrolling up/down to look them over again. This kept my attention, without any women in the post, real good chive.
I think wind would be there enemy
You spelled "their" wrong. There's no asterisk at the beginning.
Anorexics need homes too
You got the skinny on that, bro.
a couple of these are optical illusions, like #6
it's actually a triangle shape but the perspective of the shot makes it seem like its practically 2D
look here http://weburbanist.com/2010/06/06/narrower-towers… for more information on some of these and some other thin buildings
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