The nominations are in for Britain's ugliest new building and there's some fierce eyesore competition.
The Carbuncle Cup was established by Building Design (BD) in 2006 as a light-hearted way of drawing attention to a serious problem - the bad architecture blighting the country's town and cities.
People from across the country have nominated the worst building structures and a panel of judges has whittled it down to six.
20 Ambleside Avenue, London by Pace Jefford Moore Architects
The nomination for this private house compared it to 'the appearance of a red faced child.'
Pace Jefford Moore Architects have built this private house at 20 Ambleside Avenue in a residential street in Streatham.
The nomination for this structure likened the house to "the appearance of a red faced child who has said something gauche in a room full of grownups."
Haydn Tower, Nine Elms Point by Rolfe Judd