The architectural photography of Michael Wolf is most impressive, particularly his photos of high-rise blocks in Hong Kong.
Someone has posted a good selection of his work here at imgur, though they're better presented on his on website.
You can find up-to-date Wolf exhibition listings, over 270 of his works, and exclusive articles here at Artsy.
Vantage point is key with this style of photography. You need to get to a decent height in order to shoot as square on as possible. When I went to Hong Kong I was similarly fascinated by those beautifully bleak apartment blocks. Unfortunately I didn't have the means or the planning to get above street level:
...except for a few decent-ish attempts from Hong Kong park, Victoria Peak and various other vantage points:
Frustratingly I bought a 200mm lens specifically to shoot architecture with but it rarely gets used.
Thanks to Francois for sharing the link:
Welcome to Hong Kong imgur.com/a/ixxhg Beautiful? Sad? Both? /cc @neajj @davegorman
— Francois Jordaan (@fjordaan) February 3, 2013