Although somewhat dated it is an iconic building and sits in the heart of the square mile of insurance and reinsurance companies. The Gurkin and Cheese-grater buildings alongside.
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Came across by chance as part of a good old wander around - and this building 'grabs' - we were amazed by its design - almost inside-out. Definitely worth some time for a visit...
This is building is the homeland of the insurance industry and worthy of a tour whenever you get a chance to visit London. Tradition mixed with modernity on display.
I frequently visit this area during my lunch times to get great photographs of this amazing building, the lloyds of london. It never gets old and it never get's boring! Ome of my favourite buildings in London. Incredible design.
Lloyds is the worlds specialist insurance market conducting business in over 200 countries. What a masterpiece indeed inside The Room the underwriters negotiate with broker. Nelson Collection has been added over the years and contains many interesting items. The lifts are very eye catching there...More
Rated poor as personally I think this is the most ugly building I've ever seen. It looks more like an oil refinery than an office block. If however you're into architecture then it's definitely worth checking out. Just look for the big ugly steel exterior...More
This building presented a view of a modern age when built (1978-1986) Strange to consider trough today's lense. Nevertheless, this is an iconic building and a throng of activity at the centre of the London insurance industry. A throng of insurers, reinsurers, brokers and other...More
A day in central London. Lloyds of London is nearby Liverpool Street Station and is surrounded by New architecture of buildings. The stunning building is surrounded by shops and is one of the Landmark in London. Many new buildings are being built around , but...More
A once in a lifetime experience! Having been in aviation for all my life and being exposed to the holy grail of insurance, the Lloyds visit was a highlight of a very short trim to London. Suggest it to anyone that ever has the opportunity...More