Building    From 1958  To 2004

Lloyd's of London 1958 building

Categories: Commerce, Property

Occupied the Lime Street, Billiter Street and Fenchurch Avenue block. The second building purpose-built for Lloyds. Designed by Terence E. Heysham in a mannered post-war Classicism style. Attempts to list it failed and it was demolished to make way for the Willis building, erected 2004-8. We believe it is the building to the right of the picture. The picture source website contains more information about it.

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Lloyd's of London 1958 building

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Lloyds of London 1958 building

Phillip Ward-Jackson in his encyclopaedic "Public Sculpture in the City of Lo...

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