Buildings Gone Bad: 2014's Worst Architecture
Kriston Capps has compiled a list of lowlights from the year in architecture. The list follows the example of Frank Gehry, who earlier this year berated 98 percent of the world's architecture. Capps's critique, however, is directed toward the architecture that begs to be seen, as such, he describes the list "as a plea for 2015: Leave Frank Gehry alone."
Capps writes that the "dubious designs and blustering egos collected here all make a strong case for the worst architecture of 2014," describing them all as "worse than Gehry’s Fondation Louis Vuitton, which opened this fall and may in fact be the best building of 2014."