In December 1901, Lloyd’s Register took possession of its new building at 71 Fenchurch Street, London. Designed by architect Thomas Edward Collcutt FRIBA, the building is an impressive classical stone palazzo in a 16th century Italian style. Today, the building is Grade II* listed, and is where the Heritage & Education Centre are located.
Completed in 2000 and opened by Queen Elizabeth II, the Richard Rogers building is a modern structure of glass, steel and concrete. In typical Rogers’ style, it wears its components on the outside. The building has two towers and provides office space and a dramatic glazed atria that brings daylight and space into the heart of the building.
If you would like to find out more about both the Collcutt and Richard Rogers buildings, download the brochure below.