Architecture and beauty go together like hands and gloves; at least you’d like to think so. Why would anyone waste their time building a house that’s super ugly? But Belgian builders don’t seem to think that way and that’s probably a good thing for Hannes Coudenys. A few years ago, the blogger started noticing that some of the houses in the area were total eyesores. So, in 2012, he started documenting these hideous monstrosities people called home on his Instagram account. So, we collected some of the best of the worst and trust us, they’re really bad!
Whoever designed the homes on the left and right must have had a serious craving for Swiss cheese.
The entire neighborhood must dislike this house for the simple fact that it makes them hungry for a cheese platter. We’ll bet it has all the mice and rats in the village confused too. It looks like cheese but it doesn’t smell or taste like cheese. What a letdown!
Rustic can be refreshing when done right, but this home’s exterior should have stayed in the Stone Age.
It doesn’t highlight the natural rugged beauty homeowners come to expect from a rustic style. It looks more like someone tried combining earthy elements with a clean-lined modern style, but they didn’t do a great job at it.
If this home looks out of this world, it’s probably because it’s owned by Belgium’s biggest Avatar fan.
The film was undoubtedly awesome, but using it as inspiration to modify this home was downright a neighborhood fail. We sure hope the owner’s happy here because he’s going to have a tough time selling that house.
The neighborhood busybody must be ticked off because she can’t spy on the people living in this home.
There aren’t any windows in the front. How are they supposed to air out the house? The interior must be full of mold. On the bright side, the outer wall can be used to play a round of tennis without needing a partner.
Here’s a prime example of why you should never design a home in an empty farmland.
It looks like an airport runway. We can only imagine how many airplanes must have mistaken this for a landing strip. But when you look at it carefully, there’s a reason for the architect’s madness. There’s plenty of living space with wide open spaces on each side for farming.