You'll find the Lloyd's Register and all the others at:
But remember: shiny buildings always look brilliant in photographs, particularly at dusk-time: the high-tech architect's favourite time of day for pictures. In reality they can let you down (though to be fair, Rogers' generally don't).
Let me put in a word for a non-shiny building on the shortlist: the Downland Gridshell by Edward Cullinan architects. Went there the other day and it is simply brilliant. Photos don't do it justice because it does not catch the light...
....there's a whole thesis to be written on how architectural styles catch on through their camera-friendliness or otherwise. Glossy architecture is much favoured by glossy magazine editors. Matt-finish architecture tends to get ignored.