There was an article in the telegraph a couple of days ago naming the ugliest building in britain. Voted by a panel of experts from Building Design magazine The Pier Head Ferry Terminal in Liverpool was voted the ugliest building in britain. Just behind in second and third place, Londons Westfield shopping centre and the first station at Poundbury. The ugliest building in britain cost 10.5 million, which i personally think is a lot of money to make something which people don't think looks nice, however it has a very functional purpose. It was designed by Belfast- based Hamilton Architects and has been said to be the most notable example of bad architecture. Many people are willing to comment on this building, most of them saying how this piece of architecture is ugly and spoils the heritage and one of Liverpools most important and historical sites. My opinion however is that if you don't try these things out you never know!! I personally do not think its THAT bad! Obviously most people do!