I may have given the impression that I believe all tall buildings should be penis replacements. That is not true. Some of my favorite tall buildings are stocky and give the impression of being man-made mountains.
For example, 32 Sixth Avenue by Ralph Walker aspires to be the Matterhorn. It looked better before the 2001 addition of rabbit-ear antennae.
A few blocks down the street, Walker's AT&T building:
He was ecumenically-minded and gave Brooklyn one as well.
Other architects have played this game, but no one else makes me think of hiring sherpas.