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The Lloyd’s building is designed to correspond to the present functions. This building, sometimes also known as the Inside-Out Building, due to define the exterior of massing and design pattern. According to Elior at Lloyds, (2013), it is located in 1lime street, London in United Kingdom and define as the home of the Lloyd’s of London insurance institution and the world’s leading insurance market. This building’s construction is completed in 1986 and already exist 29 years. The owner of the Lloyd’s building is Edward Lloyd.