Lime Street Tower
Willis HQ
London / United Kingdom / 2007

Project Details


A new headquarters for Willis at 51 Lime Street in the City of London, the project is significant in both urban and environmental terms. Open and integrated at street level, its shops and cafés extend the spirit of nearby Leadenhall Market; and its progressive environmental strategy surpasses statutory carbon reduction targets by more than 20 per cent.

The development comprises two separate buildings which step down to a public plaza. Located to the east of the Lloyds Building, the 10-storey building ...

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