Narcotecture - n. - (nahr-coh-tek-shur)- The style of structure (most commonly large residences) built by large-scale distributors of illegal narcotics. This style includes many exits, ostentatious extravagance, and other features that are either practical for a fugitive or large-scale drug dealers or classic signs of nouveau riche. Common in illegal narcotics hubs such as Bogota, Colombia, and Kabul, Afghanistan.
Guy A:Who built that gaudy mansion?
Guy B:A local drug lord.
Guy A:Ah, classic example of narcotecture.

Tony Montana's mansion in the movie Scarface is a great example of narcotecture.
by rdreader February 21, 2010

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