From Lloyds to Leadenhall: a tale of two buildings

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Lead architect Graham Stirk gives a guided tour of 'The Cheesegrater' – aka the Leadenhall building, standing at 225m, the tallest office tower ever to be built in Britain. Stirk's firm was also behind the adjacent Lloyd's building, the radical and critically divisive home of the global insurer. What do the differences and similarities between these two landmarks reveal about British architecture in the 21st century?

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