Design Horrors: 25 houses you definitely wouldn’t live in
Not the design we wanted, but the design we deserved.
Another viral thread appeared on Twitter. It began with the post of Sarah Schauer, who asked readers to share the worst photographs of design or architecture that they have. Here is the original tweet:
Social network users readily uncovered their stocks of photos. We collected the most dubious architectural and interior solutions.
This is not a house, but a nightmare.
I don’t know about the worst, I would put 3/5.
I deeply hate this house.
And here is my minute of glory!
I love the toilet slide.
This is the restroom in the house I was planning to buy. The whole floor was like that.
I don’t know if this house can be called artsy or crazy. Depends on which room to look at. Yes, these are all rooms of the same house. And he can be yours for 300,000 dollars!
I lived here, and I had to lean on the bathtub to brush my teeth. And the toilet was impossible to use with the door closed.
- I have more!
- For the first time I feel such a threat from the toilet.
A kitchen sink in a house that I rented for 2 years.
I think we have a winner in discomfort! And yes, I am in the photo. I was waiting for the opportunity to share this masterpiece of architectural design. Enjoy it.
The problem is solved.
The concept of an "open bathroom" in action.
Doors to the bedroom, bathroom and wardrobe.
They made their choice, and this is not the best choice.
The house that I watched. The room itself is round, and for some reason electricity has been brought to the platform.
I challenge you to find something worse.
Not really a house, but could not help but share this masterpiece with you:
Quarantine, what are you doing, stop.
Web users continue to talk about their failures in quarantine. Some of them are quite funny and cause a smile, while others make you only sympathize. People make a lot of funny things during quarantine, spending the whole day at home with your kids, animals, or maybe working from home generate a lot of funny stories. Here are 15 cases for you.
1. This is only the first day of quarantine, but the shower has already surrendered.
2. I wanted to make a beautiful hole in the door for the cat, but something went wrong.
3. When you are a TV presenter and work from home.3. When you are a TV presenter and work from home.
4. Beating something right in the bank is not a good idea.
5. Accident at an absolutely empty intersection.
6. When the cat hints that it’s time to go to work already.
7. Once a year, the printer shoots (cartridge damage).
8. Why automatic cleaning on schedule is not very suitable for apartments with dogs.
9. Buying toys for adults in online stores is not always confidential.
10. Something seems to have happened to the pipe under the house.
The countdown has begun until the great release, announced by the authorities on May 15. Plans are being made about the operation of restaurants, hotels, rules have been imposed for the reopening of hair salons. The somewhat normal life is enjoyed by the citizens of other European states. The images of Austrians rushing into shops, or those of Spaniards enjoying sports and walks are as optimistic as they are disturbing. Authorities warn that the danger has not passed.
Since 1 May, Austria has further relaxed measures imposed in the context of the coronavirus pandemic and allowed the reopening of hairdressing salons, larger shops and shopping malls. And the images speak for themselves about the impatience with which people have been waiting for this relaxation. Queues formed in front of clothing stores, sidewalks were crowded, and parks and markets became promenades again.
Austria will further relax its containment measures from May 15, when restaurants and cafes will be reopened and religious services will be able to resume, Chancellor Sebastian Kurz was quoted as saying by Reuters on Tuesday.
Relaxation also is in Spain, one of the hardest-hit countries in terms of deaths due to the new coronavirus. Over the weekend, in Barcelona, runners and cyclists littered the streets near the beach, where surfers enjoyed the waves.
In Madrid, cyclists and young people on skateboards walked the boulevards, crossing police lanes trying to prevent congestion. Spain was one of the countries hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic and imposed strict containment measures in March. Sports and recreational activities have been banned in an attempt to stop the spread of coronavirus.
The Spaniards were frightened and returned to harsh measures. Spain decided on Wednesday (May 6th) to extend the state of emergency for another two weeks. That was after it was given free to walks and physical activities.
Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez called on the parliament, which approved the measure, after easing the restrictions, bringing the number of cases of illness to 3,121 on May 6. This is after, after the end of April and the beginning of May, they had stabilized at 850 -1,200 new cases per day.
Spain has registered 256,855 cases of COVID-19 disease and over 26,000 deaths. The Sanchez government wants to gradually lift the measures of isolation at home and at the same time control the implementation of measures of social distancing and hygiene among the population.
Home isolation was imposed on March 14 and the state of emergency was due to end on Saturday, May 9, but will be extended until May 24. Although the opposition claimed that 60 days of state of emergency were illegal, it had to vote on the law for national security.
What movies do you recommend? What recipes are we preparing today? What books are trending? What educational games do you develop with the little ones? These are just some of the questions we ask ourselves daily in order to diversify the activities with which we want to fill the place of the hectic rhythm we had before.
Bemorepanda does not have the answer to all these questions, but proposes you to escape for 6 nights in the stories of the most beautiful movies with and about the world of wine. The imaginary journey begins with the opening of the wine, suggested by the winery specialists for each scenario. Have you heard the sound of wine flowing in glasses? Then it's time to press PLAY. Enjoy!
An extraordinary chronicle of excess and untruth. Not so much a story about wine, but an intriguing biography of a man, "Sour Grapes" is an incredible documentary that will leave you wondering if the story is fact or fiction. The movie tells the shocking story of the wine counterfeiter Rudy Kurniawan, who generated the most shocking story of fraud in the wine industry.
"This is a movie about fathers and sons", which presents the child who wants to achieve through his own strengths. A young man, Elijah, feels caught between his dream of becoming a mastermind and his father's expectations of taking over the family restaurant. "Uncorked" is a fun, exciting movie, a perfect introduction to the world of wine for all lovers of this field.
You Will be My Son
A drama in French, from the wine country, featuring Paul de Marseul, a prestigious wine producer and owner of a famous castle and vineyard in Saint-Emilion. He does not want his son, Martin, to take over the family business. When Philippe, the son of his manager, appears at the vineyard, Paul has the chance to name him his successor, neglecting the wishes of his own son.
Keanu Reeves, wine and many tasty replicas. Winona Rider and a wedding on a dream vineyard. Love. Sarcasm. Venture. A movie that changes your perspective on romantic comedies.
Lifelong friends meet on a wine-soaked birthday in the Napa Valley, but their carefully planned weekend turns out to be something other than what they expected.
A good year
Even if you are not a fan of romantic comedies, you have to watch this movie, perfect for lovers of the Provence region, but also for Russell Crowe fans. Max (Russell) becomes the heir to his uncle's vineyard in Provence, where he had lived for 30 years. Thus begins the story, which shows the main character that "life is worth living."
Their relatives, friends, friends of their friends died. In all families there is a tragic story: death, illness, poverty, bankruptcy. After 11 weeks of severe quarantine, the "lock" was opened and Wuhan City, the "heart" of the pandemic that has plagued the world is trying to come back to life.
The city with 11 million inhabitants begins to fall asleep after more than two and a half months, it was like a ghost. The new coronavirus started right here from an animal and bird market and spread uncontrolled across the globe. Today (April 8), a few days after China had no local transmission case, and just a day after the historic "no death of Covid-19" restrictions were lifted. The quarantine imposed on January 23 ended at midnight Tuesday through Wednesday, and passengers began storming buses and stations, some wearing full-length suits.
But the over 80,000 cases and 3,300 deaths remain behind and the hope that one day the world will look exactly like before the coronavirus. For now, it's just hope, because there's a long way to go.
Although some restrictions have been lifted by the authorities, many control measures remain in place. The Chinese were warned not to travel unless absolutely necessary. Those who go to Beijing go through two rounds of tests, and in other provinces, those who come to Wuhan have to be quarantined for two weeks, the New York Times writes.
In addition, everyone is required to use a tracking application on their phone or tablet and to prove that they were not sick or did not come into contact with sick people of COVID-19. The Chinese system records every place where people make payments and the network of hundreds of millions of surveillance video cameras is famous.