Even with the post-credit crunch financial environment being one of paranoia, austerity and armageddon brink-teetering, the city of London's skyline continues to change, indicative of the continuing financial growth that underlies the cuts and collapses. The money might be coming from elsewhere - the Gherkin was originally the home of the Swiss Bank,. and the Shard's construction was backed by Qatari investors - but the rate of change still seems to be as busy as ever.
But what are London's costliest constructions, and how do they stack up when compared to each other. What would the skyline look like if a building's height was directly correlated to the cost? This infographic has a look at this alternative hypothetical world.