While the inhabitants may be of little interest to most Londoners, and the views we saw are unattainable to anyone not plying the insurance trade, the Cheesegrater does have one significant concession: the ground floor will consist of a capacious seven-storey atrium, open to the public although actually managed as yet
Consequently, what is the Leadenhall building used for?
Furthermore, which building in London is called the cheese grater?
Why is the cheesegrater slanted?
The skyscraper, whose slanted structure and criss-crossing beams earned it the nickname 'the Cheese grater', was designed by Richard Rogers. Rather than an artistic choice, the building's shape was necessary to maintain the view of St Paul's Cathedral from nearby Fleet Street.
How many floors is the Leadenhall Building?