First opening back in 2005, this building in Madrid looks like unfinished work, so to speak. The blatant negligence of other sections as far as color is concerned just makes it look rough around the edges. It’s not aesthetically or visually pleasing at all. The more we look at it, the blander it gets.
This building is located in Bratislava, and was designed to be an inverted pyramid. However, it’s far from beautiful, that’s for sure. It was finished back in 1983 and ever since, it still hasn’t gotten any more fitting to the rest of the surroundings. It sticks out badly in its visual ugliness.
Located in Havana, Cuba, this building was first introduced to the public in 1985. It looms over a lot of the smaller buildings around it like an intimidating figure. Designed by Alexander G. Rochegov, it’s not the best representation of Russia. It just looks way too domineering and fear-inducing for anyone to ever consider going inside it.
This building is really horrible in its design. Looking at it, it does remind you of an elephant. However, it’s also quite bland overall. The designer, Sumet Jumsai, probably didn’t realize that his own creation would make it to the list of the ugliest buildings in the world and wished that he could do it all over again.
First opened to the public in 2002, this building looks like a mess of metal junk. For a renowned architectural firm like Lab Architecture Studio, with the help of Bates Smart, this is a very underwhelming design. We’re pretty sure the people in Melbourne, Australia have a lot of negative things to say about it. It looks like scrap metal was just put together in random order, to be honest.
This building can be found in Misnk. It was designed by Viktor Kramarenko and Mihail Vinogradov. These two came up with something that is far from anything lovely or pleasing. We wouldn’t be surprised if it transformed into a robot, though.