Take action against Amazon: Amazon’s new Virginia headquarters building compared to a poop emoji

From New York Post:

Talk about sh – – ty design.

Amazon’s new proposed headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, is a glistening double helix — but it’s being compared to a poop emoji in good humor on Reddit.

The 2.8-million-square-foot double-helix-shaped building designed by architecture firm NBBJ was inspired by DNA, galaxies, weather patterns, pinecones and seashells, according to the building proposal press release, which didn’t mention whether excrement was also an inspiration.

Members of the local r/nova (northern Virginia) Reddit group responded positively to the new dung-like building, calling it a “beautiful piece of architecture” and saying “I’d rather people try buildings like this rather than some generic looking skyscraper.”

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