The flagship £10.5m ferry terminal at Liverpool's Pier Head has won the "Carbuncle Cup" which is awarded to Britain's worst new building.
Three judges for the Building Design (BD) magazine said the Merseytravel building was "a shining example of bad architecture and bad planning".
A spokesman for Merseytravel defended the building saying it had "tremendous community support".
"This is only the view of two journalists and an architect," he said.
The building incorporates ferry operations, a Beatles museum and a rooftop restaurant. It was designed by Belfast-based Hamilton architects. Read More Here
Source: BBC News