Here's the latest image of the design for the sloping 40-storey tower for the Central Bank of Kuwait, designed by the London office of American architect HOK. In its competition-winning design for the headquarters, HOK adopted a pyramidal form that echoes traditional local architecture. Apart from the multidisciplinary Pan Arab Consulting Engineers, the project team is largely British. It includes structural engineer Hyder Consulting, services engineer Roberts & Partners and quantity surveyor Davis Langdon & Everest.