The building occupies the site of Spitalfields Market which dates back to the 13th century.
9,856 tonnes of structural steel were utilised in the construction.
The entrance lobby has a lounge mezzanine above.
The lower ground floor has an employee-only fully equipped gymnasium and double height sports hall as well as saunas in both the female and male changing rooms.
The building's roof has the largest office-based solar array in London, generating 4,700 kw hours of electricity and reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 23 tonnes per annum.
Escalators incorporate energy saving drives that reduce their speed when not in use; heat generated by the air-conditioning systems is diverted to heat the building.
The lower ground floor has a spacious auditorium-cum-conference room with cinema projection and podium.
Bishops Square is triple glazed whilst passive infrared light detectors determine whether or not localized illumination should be employed.
A sixth floor café and a restaurant lead onto an expansive roof garden with box hedges and planters replete with swathes of lavender. There are neatly trimmed lawns and a children's play area along with ample seating.
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