I really can’t understand what was in the mind of whoever designed these bunkers. I mean, no windows, no escape routes in case of fire, no air circulation, no esthetics, no light. I mean, look outside people, and we have to keep the lights on from 7am till we finish or else we cannot see our way. I know that if we open the windows it is worse with the pollution from the exhaust coming vehicles rolling the main Taipei artieries, but heck, I mean, was this the style in the 50s? What was the logic? If it was to keep the AC on all year around, then keep it on all year around. If not, modify this “design”.
You know where we have that kind of windows that can never close, you know, like metal French windows? In the bathroom. So, stepping to number one or two means you end up drenched from the heat. The cubicles become furnaces. In winter you literally freeze your ass off, pardon my French.