On one end of the architectural spectrum, you've got the self-important avant garde starchitects who design alienating structures incomprehensible to the layperson. On the other end, you've got the McMansion-designing maniacs whose designs appear to have been conceived of by creating collages in Photoshop. Which is worse?
An anonymously-written website called McMansion Hell takes aim at the latter group, heaping scorn on the style while trying to educate laypeople with "weekly informative essays about urbanism, architecture, sociology, and interior design." While the scornful stuff is obviously more fun, let's start with the educational stuff:
It then goes into detail into these three categories and more. It's worth a read. While some of the points are obvious to those of us with design educations, the information would certainly be of use to laypeople, in terms of training their eyes for what to look for.
More fun are the entries, like this one, which excoriates the design of a $1.7 million home in Virginia.