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The New School of Architecture and Design just published a pretty sweet infographic outlining a (very) abbreviated history of architectural failures. On the list? Boston's John Hancock Tower, with windows that popped and shattered hundreds of feet in the air; Vegas' Vdara Hotel, with a light-reflecting façade that melted objects and burned pool-goers; and, of course, the famously askew Tower of Pisa. Right this way. [New School via Popular Science]