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The Leadenhall Building

August saw the successful completion of statutory and wayfinding signage at The Leadenhall building. Nicknamed The Cheesegrater because of its distinctive tapering shape, it is angled at 10 degrees in response to specific planning requirements protecting views of major London landmarks, especially St Paul?s Cathedral in the City and the Palace of Westminster.

Designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners and constructed by Laing O?Rourke, the signage package for the 45-storey building included a number of eye-catching glass and stainless steel monoliths.