Well walmart is what we call a "sausage factory", mass produces and each one look the same, it has no statement or proposition to the view or people. Its not even built for people, as the inner space is too big for people (who need a ceiling soo high?). So architecturally, its quite poor. but also on its response to the environment (a building is not just what its inside, but also what its outside), as its looks like a fortress, and the only entrance is the big entrance on the facade, almost telling people "I only care if you came to buy", as you have nothing to look or do, on its back or sides. And that its poor design, as you want your building to become a space for people, not just who buy things but also people who pass through it, to give life to the place. Following the previews, it doesn't speak with the street, there is no language to share with any building close to him, roads, or people who walk there. Its just like the black monolith from Space Odyssey, but having a front door that only invite to consume.
Ugh... its just depressed me, as its look like the incarnation of wrong capitalism and consumerism. Its like the whole building state the company vision.