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Designed by Richard Seifert and Partners for the National Westminster Bank, with its hexagonal chevron form resembling the bank’s logo (hence its former name, The Natwest Tower) Tower 42 was the tallest building in London from its completion in 1980 until the construction of One Canada Square in Docklands in 1990. Today, the building is home to various financial services companies, as well as a bar and restaurant on its 24th and 42nd floors. Parts of the building are open as part of Open House London, held in September.