It would be a tall order to beat this lot.
The top ten skyscrapers of the year were named yesterday with a stunning New York residential block taking top spot.
Eight Spruce Street, in Manhattan, picked up the Emporis Skyscraper Award where judges chose the best buildings which were completed in 2011.
Sky's the limit: Eight Spruce Street, in Manhattan, picked up the Emporis Skyscraper Award for the word's best skycraper
The 76-storey tower, designed by Frank Gehry, is the 12th largest tallest residential block stretching 265-metres into the sky.
Its stunning design consist of cladding made up of 10,500 stainless steel panels, almost all of them different shapes.
This means that as you move around, its shape constantly changes - with judges saying the building 'stands out even in Manhattan's already remarkable skyline'.
High flyers: The 412 metre Al Hamra Tower in Kuwait City (left) took second place while Etihad Towers in Abu Dhabi, which stand at 217.5 and 305.3 metres (left) took third