Shanghai Building Ridiculed for Resembling a Boot – Design You Trust

Shanghai Building Ridiculed for Resembling a Boot

The LAVENU Center in Shanghai has become the latest of a series of buildings in China to be ridiculed by internet users. The structure has been nicknamed Boot Tower because its L shape appears reminiscent of a boot. The tower was designed by Japanese architect Jun Aoki. (Imaginechina / Rex Features)

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