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Lloyds Building, London, England. View looking up one of the corners of the building. The building has several towers, the tallest having 12 storeys, and is 95 metres tall. It is the headquarters of the British insurance company Lloyd's of London. The building, completed in 1984, was designed by the architectural firm of Richard Rogers, using a steel frame with a glass curtain wall. The design made service areas and equipment easily accessible for maintenance and eventual replacement.
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