Formally known as the Bond Towers, the Lippo Towers are a pair of twin office towers in Admiralty, Hong Kong. The buildings have been dubbed “The Koala Tree” because they resemble koalas clutching a tree, as was intended by it’s architect, Paul Rudolph, who strove to relieve the traditional severity of skyscraper walls by designing clusters of obtruding windows. The towers stand at 186m (610 ft) with 48 floors).

Asia - Hong Kong / Lippo Türme by RURO photography on Flickr.