The Walkie Talkie

Officially known as 20 Fenchurch Street it was nicknamed The Walkie-Talkie due to its distinctive shape. The upper floors of the 160 metre skyscraper bulge out, the top-heavy nature of the building allows higher rental yields as floor space towards the top generally costs more.

The top three floors are dedicated to a viewing gallery and sky garden, an area open to the public, which will offer fantastic views of London and beyond. Designed by Uruguayan architect Rafael Viñoly the building is certain to become another iconic London building.