Barbara Feldt sent us this photo with the caption: Viagra Headquarters?
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Well, if you have to ask…
Are any of those apartments available?
Eek. I hope no landscape architect came up with that design!
Somebody wasn’t looking at the big picture.
Woah! Any idea where the photo was taken?
Too much cement and phallic symbols. Looks like a good place for anyone into gay man sex. Females not allowed.
I rather like it.
LOL. Can you imagine?
This was forwarded via an employee of a law firm.
No clue where.
Lesson learned: step back and take a fresh look as you design!
“I didn’t think they would get that big!”
It is a bit hard to tell without the full context of the buildings setting, but what they were thinking is the typical, “I must park my car as close to the door as possible so I do not have to walk one step further than my fat rear can waddle.” Lord that is a lot of asphalt right up to the building.
Size does matter!
Notice how empty the parking lot is? Is it possible renters were just a little put off by the first impression one gets …hmm?
Thanks for the belly laugh.
Has to be a brothel in Nevada doesn’t it?
That has to be one of the dreariest cityscapes I have seen, and that is saying something.
Must have taken a long time to erect that building…
… thanks to a large and generous endowment…
Has anyone checked on where this photo was taken? This is NOT a photo of the headquarters of Pfizer, Inc, the manufacturer of Viagra.
Ironically, the Pfizer HQ (in Groton, CT) engaged some very creative and environmentally sensitive landscape professionals to design the attractively planted areas of their campus.
Funny as the photo may be– it’s not Pfizer.
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Really. Planting Italian cypresses so close to the foundation is asking for trouble. Oh? That’s not what you’re all talking about?
This shrub garden needs attention! I heard Smilin’ Bob is looking for work.
Thanks. I needed that!
i would guess its a fake. those shrubs look a bit “clone tool” to me.
I hope they don’t have to wrap those in plastic wrap occasionally.
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hell of a lot