About 20 Fenchurch Street

20 Fenchurch Street was designed in 2004 by Rafael Viñoly, the world-renowned Uruguayan architect based in New York City. With his distinctive design, it is stunning on a purely aesthetic level. Without increasing the building’s footprint, Viñoly has successfully turned the idea that buildings having to be smaller at the top on its head.

Putting in an urban experience at the top makes it all the more remarkable.


EXPERIENCE THE BUILDING

This is no ordinary business address. Never has a London building offered a more compelling space to work, visit and enjoy. Designed for maximum efficiency, expansive views are showcased from every floor whilst innovative double-deck lifts increase capacity – with a dedicated Sky Garden express lift.

Known locally as the Walkie-Talkie, the 38-storey building is the fifth tallest completed building in the City of London. It provides 690,000 sq foot of office space with floorplates that get larger in size as the floors go up, occupied by some of the world’s leading-edge businesses, at a landmark address for London.


MEET THE DEVELOPERS

Perfect Partnership
20 Fenchurch Street is a joint venture between Canary Wharf Group and Land Securities. Both world-class companies are renowned for developing numerous buildings for major cities. The expertise and skills of these two companies make a perfect partnership for delivering London’s latest landmark skyscraper.

Land Securities
Founded in 1944, Land Securities is the UK’s largest commercial property company and a member of the FTSE 100. The company owns and manages over 24 million sq ft of property, looking after 6 million sq ft of office and retail accommodation in London alone.

Canary Wharf Group
Canary Wharf Contractors (part of the Canary Wharf Group) acted as construction manager for 20 Fenchurch Street. Over the past 20 years the Group has constructed over 15 million sq ft of office space, regenerating derelict wharves into the Canary Wharf Estate – one of the world’s premier business and shopping districts.