Following on from the popularity of our From Coffee to Seaweed virtual exhibition, we have now designed a 3D version of our Collcutt building. Both exhibitions were collaborative projects with Lloyd’s Register Group’s BA&IS Digital Innovations Team.
The Grade II* listed building is one of the finest structures on Fenchurch Street. Built in 1901, the architect Thomas Collcutt designed it in the style of a 16th century Italian palazzo. There are four main sections to explore on the tour. The first part is the old entrance hall replete with multi-coloured marble. You then venture up the grand staircase, where you can find information about our beautiful rose window and memorials for World Wars I and II. Yet more amazing architectural features can be found on the first-floor landing. Lastly, you enter the General Committee Room. This room is indubitably the architectural and artistic jewel of the Collcutt Building.
As the building is closed for the whole year due to a major refurbishment, this is now the only means to explore Collcutt's Fenchurch Street masterpiece. So while we make our magnificent building even more magnificent, do check out the virtual equivalent.
If you would like to find out more about both the Collcutt and Richard Rogers buildings, please peruse our building brochure by clicking the download link below.