Architect: Frederick Gibberd
Year created: 1967
Frederick Gibberd designed close to three dozen buildings in his long career. The English architect, urban planner, and landscape designer was known for his work inspired by Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe. One of Gibberd's most well-known and unfortunate creations was his Metropolitan Cathedral in Liverpool. For this particular design, he was bound by a tight schedule and budget, which ultimately led to leaks and structural issues shortly after the building's opening. The building even made it onto Travel + Leisure's list of "World's Ugliest Buildings."