I remember seeing this posted in r/evilbuildings and thinking it really wasn’t evil, it’s just… bizarre. Definitely more at home here.
Is there a reason for this style of construction?
There is not one single redeeming quality to this insanely ugly building. And I’m a student of architectural history with a high tolerance for eccentric structures. It even has an ugly attic for Christ’s sake! This one just fails on every possible level.
it looks like they got a better permit after the construction
Unfortunately, it now leans.