These are some of the workshop lads I used to work with. I will miss them, especially Russel, the joker in the pack.
Two men! hanging by a couple of ropes. I don't think they were cleaning the windows, more likely making sure the edges of the windows were properly sealed.
Copied from the website;
Designed by top architect Rafael Vinoly, 20 Fenchurch Street is set to become a major London landmark. This 36-storey tower with a unique, gently undulating façade will provide over 59,000m2 of premier office space encompassing retail at ground level. A sky garden at the top will offer a stunning 360-degree panorama of the city. The building’s innovative façade, combining external shading and passive ventilation, will reduce its carbon footprint significantly.
Client: Land Securities
Architect: Rafael Vinoly Architects
From the V&A website.
The V&A Café offers hot dishes, salads, sandwiches, pastries and cakes, as well as hot and cold drinks, wine and beer. All food is prepared and cooked on the premises using fresh food, bought daily.
The Café is located in the V&A's original refreshment rooms, the Morris, Gamble and Poynter Rooms. These three rooms formed the first museum restaurant in the world and were intended as a showpiece of modern design, craftsmanship and manufacturing.