The Seattle Weekly has an entertaining piece in its current issue classifying the various breeds of aesthetically-challenged homes around town, to surprisingly resonant effect.
On these virtual pages we've featured, perhaps, some offenders: the Sterling residence could arguably be considered a "Bauhaus Bunker," and the NextGen home definitely falls under the category of "Green-zone Special."
Heaven forbid we renters live in an FU-ADU (Accessory Dwelling Unit, or "mother-in-law" apartment — the FU stands for what it sounds like it stands for), but then there's always the specter of the "Never-ending Remodel" for the homeowners among us. Don't know what all this means? Take a look.
Images: Brian Miller for Seattle Weekly