The Lloyd's building

The internationally-renowned Lloyd’s building was designed by the architect Richard Rogers and took eight years to build. 33,510 cubic meters of concrete, 30,000 square metres of stainless steel cladding and 12,000 square metres of glass were used during the construction.

Virtual tour

Take a virtual tour of Lloyd's - picture of underwriting room Using panoramic shots taken from prime viewing spots in the Lloyd's building, a 360 panormaic virtual tour has been built.

Click here to access the virtual tour

Lloyd’s war memorial and arch

Lloyd's War memorial arch dates from 1922 and was designed by Sir Edwin Cooper and commemorates all those lost in the World Wars. Today the Arch sits over the Leadenhall Street entrance to Lloyd's.

Find out more about the war memorial

Building image gallery

Lloyd's building Lloyd's has made available a series of photographs of the interior and exterior of our building. These images are available copyright free and high res version can be downloaded.

Click here to view and download the images

Navigate the Room

Market Dashboard

Find who you need in the Lloyd's Market with our Underwriting Room Seating Plan and Syndicate List.

Find your way around Lloyd's

Building history

King GeorgeToday, Lloyd's is housed in an award-winning modern building in Lime Street in the City of London. Its origins, however, lay in the more modest surroundings of a 17th century coffee house.

 

Find out more and watch archive footage