1. Gherkin Building
This skyscraper is situated in London’s main financial district. It was fully completed in 2003 and is 180 meters (591 ft.) tall, with 40 floors. The name of the build reflects the highly unorthodox layout and appearance of the building.
2. Bank of China Tower Building
The bank of China is indeed one of the tallest buildings in the whole of Hong Kong. It was the tallest building in Hong Kong and Asia from 1989 to 1992 with a height of 305.0 meters(an outstanding 1,000.7 ft.).
Due to the buildings’ sharp edges and its negative symbolism by the numerous ‘X’ shapes in its original design, the building has been a subject to criticisms by some practitioners of Feng Shui.