Every year, the most beautiful and interesting buildings in London open their doors to anyone and everyone who wish to get a glimpse of what’s inside. This free event is called Open House London. As an appreciator of great architecture, I decided to venture out into the city with my umbrella, Open House iPhone app guide, and trusty camera to check out the buildings in the financial district. I visited the Lloyd’s building. It is sometimes known as the Inside-Out Building because, like the Pompidou Center in Paris, its services such as staircases, elevators, electrical power conduits and water pipes are on the outside, leaving an uncluttered space inside. I was hoping to visit other buildings in the area, but unfortunately I got lost in the rain, gave up, and made my way home. The trip wasn’t a complete disappointment as I came away with some great photos.