United Kingdom, Canary Wharf Tower, low angle view : Stock Photo
United Kingdom, Canary Wharf Tower, low angle view : Stock Photo

United Kingdom, Canary Wharf Tower, low angle view

Credit: xPACIFICA
Creative #: sb10070038l-001
August-2006, One Canada Square, a skyscraper in London is the tallest habitable building in the United Kingdom, at 235 metres (771 ft) and 50 storeys (reduced from original plans for 60). Designed by the Argentine architect Cesar Pelli, construction was completed in 1991. Identifiable from a great distance as an obelisk-shaped tower with its aircraft warning light flashing on top, this building is a monument to 1980s-style capitalism

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