Architects and designers have to study a lot to get their degrees. The engineering and functionality of different spaces involves a lot of liability since they have to be safe, usable and look good. However, some apparently skipped a few classes here and there and failed spectacularly when they had to get the construction going.
Whoever designed this toilet has some really creative outlooks on the world. Why would you set a toilet at the top of stairs with no other purpose than getting on it? What can possibly be the point of this absolute fail?
I just flipped the switch
Electrocution is no joke and bad lighting installations can be a real hazard. However, whoever installed this light switch didn’t even care that it was going to look on the wall. It wasn’t necessary, man.
The whole point of setting a stopper in a wall is so it doesn’t get any cracks or stains when you open the door. It’s really not that complicated, but apparently for someone it was too hard to do it right.
Whoever installed this kitchen cabinet probably feels very guilty. If anyone had been there in that moment, this would probably be more of a tragedy than the hilarious picture that it luckily ended up being.
Pipes can be very tricky to install, but whoever did this is probably the most complicated person in the world. There is no way in the world that this pipe will go a month without getting broken.
This makes me think of someone really trying to innovate and create one of those fancy, technologic Japanese toilets, except that this makes no sense at all and it only achieved being a hilarious fail.
Sometimes these types of fails makes us think that what feels like plain common sense might not be so common at all. The whole purpose of windows is to let light and air in, so this is unexplainable.
Success is all about details and being a perfectionist, so yes, you are right: this is very far from being successful. The way this person resolved the finishing touches of the wall corners is a huge fail.
There is a reason why you should call a pro for certain tasks to make around the house, and this picture should be proof enough of it. You will never be able to watch TV again without thinking of how you lost the drill control.
You can easily buy a shower caddy for a few dollars instead of adding this ridiculous soap shelf with a leftover ceramic that looks cheaper than a plastic option. Would this add value to the property?
I can imagine the contractor that had to finish this thinking that nobody would ever notice that this was at least an inch and a half shorter than the rest. It doesn’t take a lot of attention to detail to realize that this is a huge flop.
Whenever you are looking for an apartment and it says that it includes half a bathroom, this is not what you would imagine it would be. Why put half a toilet? Why would you build a wall on top of this?