I think I would probably change the word "building" to "design", if that still maintains the meaning you want. To me, it works perfectly in this context.
I would also change "sticks out" to "stands out". "Sticks out" is usually an unfavourable description. A house that sticks out is an awkward looking one, which might also be an obstacle. A house that stands out may be unusual, or interesting, in design.
So, for me, your sentence would work something like this:
"They fully utilis
ied the angled buildinglot, and created a design that perfectly fits the surroundings, yet still sticksstands out."
You could use "yet is still striking." to end with instead, especially if the building is quite dramatic.
Does that help at all?