Leadenhall Building

In the heart of the City of London sits one of its newest skyscrapers, the Leadenhall Building, and as is common with many of London’s iconic buildings it has a nickname, the Cheesegrater. The 225 metre 48-storey building was designed by architect Richard Rogers, he also designed another landmark building of the City, the Lloyd’s Building. A distinctive feature of both buildings is the exterior glass lifts, allowing occupants fantastic views of the cityscape.