Thursday, 29 January 2009

From The BBC: 'Depressed' town wins Plook award

A Fife town has been selected for an undesirable architectural prize for its "depressed investment-starved centre".

Glenrothes has been named the most dismal place in Scotland in the 2009 Carbuncle Awards.

It beat off stiff competition from Motherwell in Lanarkshire and New Cumnock in Ayrshire.

The infamous Plook-on-a-Plinth is given by design magazine Prospect to the place deemed the worst for planning and architecture.

1 comment:

The Paper Boy said...

Of course the architects issuing the Plook omit who designed these toilets in the first place... sodding architects.