For many years we looked to the Middle East for the latest skyscrapers. For those looking for unique architecture piercing the sky, I would suggest you consider London too. With The Shard on one side of the River Thames and The Gherkin on the other side, London's skyline is not what it used to be.
The Rill near London Bridge
falls victim to health and safety for people on phones
London Underground has been around since the 1860s. What this means is it has had plenty of time to mature (like a fine wine). I find each station to have its own personality. Some are old and traditional while others are practical and serious like this one.