The wallpaper mural is with the skyline of the city centre in London. In the middle stands the wonderful skyscraper and one of the symbols of London. The skyscraper, known as the Cucumber, who was up for sale in September 2006, became the most expensive office building in the UK, as the Swiss Reinsurance Company "Swisse D" (Swiss Re) sell it for 600 million pounds. London's skyline is not as rigged as many other cities around the globe due to restrictions on building heights. These are to protect views of certain buildings from other locations in the capital including St Pauls Catherdral. Up until the early 1960's building heights in London were limited to just 100 feet (30 metres), although as with many rules there were some exceptions to this rule. The primary reason for this rule was to make every floor of a building accessible to the fire brigades ladders. The lifting of the height restrictions during the 1960's resulted in a building boom in the capital with many tall buildings taking their spot in the London skyline. Today the most prominent tall building from that era is the Post Office Tower, now called the BT tower. The Natwest Tower was the tallest skyscraper in London for over ten years until the arrival of the square Canary Wharf development. This building still dominates the City of London skyline and is still best known by its original name. The stylish wall mural is suitable for offices and business centres.
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