Thanks for your response, but Iíve driven by that building many times and I do not believe it is the case. I could have missed that, but I doubt it.
it has to do with the way i felt that the photo looks fine.
high-raises like this normally arent 100% parallel "shiftet up", to give a more perspectivic look, as one would do this with lower buildings.
you can discuss now if i did it right or wrong, for me its just the way as i felt the image is looking good. you may see it in the shot from sidewards that at the right side of the bottom there is also an angular construction of the building.
in shot3 ( from backwards ) i made this kind of perspectivic view from img1 even stronger.
you may like it or not, its the way how i liked to make it.
in the last shot you see the building 100% straight, cause here it was not important that the building raises "up"..
to complete the little image excourse i added one interior shot of the building too.