The Bank of England in 3D The Bank of England sits on Threadneedle Street
London Street Scene in 3D London Street Scene
Lifts and Staircases of the Lloyds building Lloyds consists of three main towers and three service towers around a central, rectangular space. Its focal point is the large Underwriting Room on the ground floor, which houses the famous Lutine Bell.
Lloyds building agains a grey sky in 3D achieving an almost black and white feel 28th of May and grey sky. I was at first annoyed upon my arrival in London to take 3D pictures of famous places but actually the blank grey sky and angular shiney construction of the Lloyds building I achieved shots that are almost black and white in feel which I like very much!
The revealing elevator doors on the Lloyds building The revealing elevator doors on the Lloyds building.
The Willis Building designed by Sir Norman Foster reflecting Lloyds of London The Willis building 51 Lime St. The design was originally based on the interlocking shells of a prawn. Designed by Sir Norman Foster. His architecture is recognisable to me as he also designed the then Willis Faber Dumas building in Ipswich (my hometown) a building that in 1991 became the youngest building to be given Grade I listed building status in Britain. At the time it was one of only two listed buildings under 30 years of age.[


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