Best and Worst in San Diego Architecture

Check out San Diego's best and worst in design as chosen by our Facebook friends and the San Diego Architectural Foundation's Orchids and Onions.

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Check out San Diego's best and worst in design as chosen by our Facebook friends and the San Diego Architectural Foundation's Orchids and Onions.
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Most beautiful: The Museum of Man in Balboa Park.
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Apple
Most beautiful: US Grant in Downtown.
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Most beautiful: ESET Building in Little Italy
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Ariel Nava
Most beautiful: Church of Latter Day Saints in La Jolla.
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ShutterStock
Ugliest: San Diego Sports Arena in Point Loma.
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The Whaley House was nominated for an Orchid in 2009 by the San Diego Architectural Foundation.
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The Station Tavern in South Park was nominated for an Orchid in 2009 by the San Diego Architectural Foundation.
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The Sidebar in Downtown was nominated for an Orchid in 2009 by the San Diego Architectural Foundation.
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Art Produce Gallery in North Park was nominated for an Orchid in 2009 by the San Diego Architectural Foundation.
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Enrico Campitelli
Woodbury School of Architecture in San Diego was nominated for an Orchid in 2009 by the San Diego Architectural Foundation.
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The Associated Press
Studio 15 in Downtown nominated for an Onion in 2009 by the San Diego Architectural Foundation.
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MXD830 in San Diego was nominated for an Orchid in 2009 by the San Diego Architectural Foundation.
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Jessica Camerato
Copely Symphony Hall in Downtown was nominated for an Orchid in 2009 by the San Diego Architectural Foundation.
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Vantage Point in Downtown was nominated for an Onion in 2009 by the San Diego Architectural Foundation.
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Matt Haughton | CSNPhilly.com
Starlite in Mission Hills was nominated for an Orchid in 2009 by the San Diego Architectural Foundation.
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