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For example, The Levine Group (formerly WL Architect-Builder), a Washington, D.C.-area design/build firm, recently transformed a standard split by simply removing its ill-proportioned shutters and building a small, covered front porch.
To my eyes it is a banal, ill-proportioned box that will doubtless do a job but its looming bulk adds nothing to the cityscape and depresses rather than excites me.
A 1960s' feel has been worked into the visuals, and the house emulates the bright, slightly ill-proportioned look of The Jetsons.
And although she discusses the implications of Curio's illegal conduct during the scandal, she fails to introduce the equally illegal actions taken by Cato in response to Curio, which gives an ill-proportioned picture of the young man's behavior in this (in her view) important episode.
Cezanne's figures looked stiff and ill-proportioned. His landscapes, like his still lifes, seemed made of stone or wood or metal.