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Originally posted by wylekat
I currently live in a dump. Paint peeling, windows not weatherproof- we're trying to move. Aside from the amenities- there's a problem I think has been affecting us on an unconscious level: the architecture (or stunning lack thereof).
There's not a straight line in any wall, doorway, floor or ceiling. The floor is square tile- white with black grout. Everything is also leaning towards the kitchen, which has a nice, BIG stress crack in the outside wall.
Would such stuff throw a person off, make them disoriented, and feel... well- just not right?
Originally posted by Druscilla
There's people all over the world that grow up and live in worse conditions their entire lives, and besides the conditions of their hard impoverished lives, the architecture effects them none at all.