Lloyd’s of London
Like stepping into a small slice of Victorian London, a visit to this covered mall off Gracechurch St is a step back in time. There’s...
With its counters and basement vaults this award-winning pub certainly looks and feels comfortable in the former headquarters of NatWest...
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Lonely Planet review
While the world’s leading insurance brokers are inside underwriting everything from cosmonauts’ lives to film stars’ legs, people outside still stop to gawp at the stainless-steel external ducting and staircases of this 1986 building. Designed by Richard Rogers, one of the architects of the Pompidou Centre in Paris, its brave-new-world postmodernism strikes a particular contrast with the olde-worlde Leadenhall Market next door.