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  • Oohashi junction in Shinjuki (Japan)
  • Building a shed for office space or a skyscraper for storing your garden utensils
  • When the house is build, and you enter it, do you always end up in the hallway? Or sometimes in the kitchen? Or in the neighbours’ home?
  • Does your home connect to the street? To the sewer system? Does it sit against that of your neighbours? But also should it be equiped to handle 110V, 220V and 380V?
  • Is your building build according to building regulations? Do you have a permit to build it there?
  • Did you install a security alarm? A fence? Iron bars before the windows?
  • Are you able to track every one in the building?
  • How often does your building colapse?
  • Is the building earthquake resistant? And is it still usable after I drove into it with a car?
  • Is your furnitue unharmed when the house colapses? Does everyone survive?
  • Can you always use the building? Or are the bricks used by another building?
  • How easy is it to rebuild a part of the building after it broke down?
  • Do you need to get to the kitchen via the attic? And back through the basement?
  • How easy is it to use the building? Or do you still have rooms nobody knew of?
  • Does your building have a 36 digit combination lock that has to be changed every day? Is the furniture randomly placed every day? Do you have to travel through 20 rooms before you reach the living room?
  • Is it clear that the door is locked? Or unopened?
  • How easy is it to redecorate?
  • Did your building come with a butler? And a doorman? And electric doors? Can everything be operated with a remote control? Do you have an escalator?
  • Is it a door? Or a window? No it is the kitchen!
  • Did you get directions how to get to your home? A floorplan? A helpful message beneath your doorbel that states “Ring here if you want to enter”.
  • Are you satisfied with your buiding?
  • Is it hard to find where that leakage came from?
  • How easy can you relocate your home? Can you easily extend or fix it?
  • Does your house colapse after you put up that painting on the wall?
  • Do you have a similar house for testing purposes?
  • Do you need to clean your home every hour? Keeps the plaster falling of?
  • Could you reuse your kitchen in another home?
  • Is your house resistent to anual flooding? Can it cope with both summer and winter?
  • How easy can you put down your pre-build home?
  • Is it possible for the local contractor to build your house?
  • Can you replace your kitchen? Change the electric system? Or the fridge? Or a light bulb?
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