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Accidents Waiting To Happen Thanks To These Architects And Designers

There are architects who either don’t have a clue what they’re doing or they just want to watch the world burn. From a bike path on the ledge of a canal to a tap above an electricity socket – all of these crazy places need a warning sign next to them. Or to be moved to hell, a place where they belong. Scroll down to check out the images and vote for those that deserve a “Worst Architecture Decision” award.

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