The Nova Victoria building near London's Victoria station has the dubious honour of being named Britain's ugliest building.
The angular pair of towers won the Carbuncle Cup 2017 - the prize no architect wants to win.
The judging panel were less-than impressed with the building, designed by PLP Architecture, with one judge describing it as "crass", "over-scaled" and "a hideous mess".
"Nova should have been good as it’s a prestige site. It makes me want to cringe physically. It’s a crass assault on all your senses from the moment you leave the Tube station”, judge Catherine Croft said.
Other London buildings gracing the shortlist were Circus West, Battersea Power Station and Park Plaza London Waterloo.
The award is given out each year by Building Design magazine to the ugliest new building in the UK.