Sweeping skyline views of London's iconic architecture, landmarks & Thames scenes await visitors of Landing Forty Two. Set 500ft above street level in the celebrated Leadenhall Building, this City venue is a feat in contemporary design.
(max visitors 60)
(max visitors 60)
Entertainment, Offices, Mixed use
Set within the groundbreaking Leadenhall Building, Landing Forty Two benefits from the site's distinctive tapered shape, angled at 10 degrees. Nicknamed The Cheesegrater for its wedge shape, the building examples Structural Expressionism.
Constructed from a 10,000 tonne steel frame, The Leadenhall Building took a total of 12 years to design and build. There are 560 windows in the building offering outstanding panoramas of iconic architecture, the river Thames and London's leading landmarks.
Found at level forty two of the building, Landing Forty Two is the highest dedicated events space in the UK at 198 metres high. Our venue itself is a total height of 50 metres; the equivalent of an Olympic swimming pool, 6 London Buses or 11 London Taxis.
The defining feature of The Leadenhall Building is its distinctive tapering shape, angled at 10 degrees, which RSH+P developed from the earliest design stage. This was a response to specific planning requirements protecting views of major London landmarks, especially St Paul’s Cathedral in the City and the Palace of Westminster.
From the building's opening in 2015, Landing Forty Two has operated as a private events space, hosting everything from meetings and conferences, seated lunches and dinners, parties and awards ceremonies.
Brought to the London events scene by Venue Lab, part of the Vibration Group, Landing Forty Two offers outstanding views from sunrise to sunset.
The venue consists of 5,000 sq ft of flexible space and has both an in-house production team and on-site caterers. Fitted with the most innovative sound and lighting equipment, the venue facilitates everything from VIP celebrity galas to filming favourite television shows such as The Apprentice.