London already has the “Gherkin” and will soon add to its culinary inspired buildings, the “Cheese Grater”. Also known as the Leadenhall Building, the triangular-shaped skyscraper is designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour and Partners and will feature an energy efficient, double-glazed facade. Construction of the tower originally began in 2007, but was put on hold during the credit crunch. It is now set to resume.
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