Sunday, March 29, 2009

Frank Lloyd Crap discovers Bed-Stuy

Bed-Stuy Banana has photos of this and other FLC one-of-a-kind crapitecture.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ewwwwwwww!

Anonymous said...

lulz

italian girl said...

In a fire, how is anyone supposed to jump out a window which has become standard practice now that there are no fire escapes on new buildings?

Queens Crapper said...

I believe as long as there is a second exit, a fire escape is not necessary. In older buildings, there was usually only one exit and that's why fire escapes were required.

Anonymous said...

The question I raise is - What was there before? By no means is this aesthetically pleasing but if it was a crackhouse before, I welcome the new design.

Anonymous said...

Bed-Stuy is being targeted for preservation now. Why do you assume it was a crackhouse? And if it was, it could have been rehabilitated and restored.

Frank Lloyd Crap said...

It is still supposed to be a crack house - I designed it for that specific purpose, and I did it while I was on crack. That's the only way to achieve something like this.

Anonymous said...

Such narrow windows, maybe it's a detention facility.

Anonymous said...

Maybe restoration was not an option. The people on this blog always assume that there are all these options.
If it was a choice between this and restoration - of course I would choose restoration.
If it was a choice between this and an abandoned, boarded up home I will take this.

Queens Crapper said...

Now who's assuming? Abandoned boarded up homes can often be restored.