We’ve read somewhere that running up and down a staircase makes for great exercise. It strengthens your leg muscles, trims your waistline, improves your cardiovascular system, and stamina. This is the only thing that comes to mind whenever we look at this picture.
Otherwise, you’d be quite disappointed for putting in the effort to use the stairs only to end up facing a wall. The whole idea is like a puzzle game. We imagine guests have no choice but to go back down and find other ways in the maze to get to their destination.
This is so ridiculous we can't even find a title appropriate enough to describe this mess. We understand that there are many people out there who are under the impression that planning and building can be done by anybody. But folks, this is really not the case.
We can't even begin to understand how this happened. Maybe the person just did it on purpose and stored away all the things they never want to see again. At the end of the day, how the heck are you supposed to use these drawers? They're just a nice set of drawers completely gone to waste!
Self-Serve Kiosks for Kids
Unless the guys at Taco Bell had kids or the 2 AM drunks in mind when they built these self-serve kiosks, we don't know what to think. Sure, it's perfectly convenient when you're all over the place and want to place your order while you're lying comatose on the floor, but if you're sober and taller than a five-year-old, this is extremely annoying.
It's a great idea for a fast food restaurant totally dedicated to children - but that doesn't exist anywhere in the world! The only other reason for this design is to encourage customers to do more squats before they eat their next burger and fries.
The Optical Illusion Supermarket
This supermarket looks more like a carnival funhouse than a place to buy groceries. We are all for a modern and groovy design, but this just makes us nauseous. And the supermarket is really not a place where you want to be sick.
That being said, maybe the manager is very OCD, and can only stock aisle 4 when he steps on the brown lines. He's just making his life easier by design. Who wants to feel all dizzy and disorientated while doing their weekly shopping? It's frustrating enough to keep looking down at your shopping list while you're navigating the aisles. This makes everything so much more difficult.
The Existential Stairs
This looks like a movie set for Spike Jonze's "Being John Malkovich." Honestly, there could be no other possible, or logical explanation as to why somebody would do this. Unless the building owners were betting to see who had the first accident while using the stairs.
All we can ask ourselves is the following: where do those hidden stairs lead to? Maybe they lead to something terrible and sinister. And that's why the designers decided to make it so much more difficult to get down there. Sadly, we actually hope that this is the explanation. Otherwise, it's just the most ridiculous design/construction fail ever made!