London's mayor unveiled an Olympic tower Wednesday in preparation for the 2012 Olympics that will take place in the city.
The structure is a twisting steel structure that is part sculpture, part observation tower, said BBC News.
The structure will be nearly 400 feet, making it taller than the Statue of Liberty, according to AOL News.
The architect of the design, Anish Kapoor, is famous for many other structures, including Cloud Gate in Chicago, which is commonly call "the Bean", AOL News said.
Reviews have been mixed since the unveiling, with many simply mind-boggled. The Times of London's architecture critic, Tom Dyckhoff, was less than enthusiastic.
"Great. JUST what London needs, a giant squiggle," Dyckhoff said.