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Lambeth walk for Skandia

The crew at Skandia have moved into their new London residence at Old Mutual Place in Lambeth Hill.

The open-plan, sloping-floored maze-like building is taking some getting used to. Apparently, the old Skandia London office had private rooms and “nice ladies that brought you cups of tea.” (Source: PR Alex Jones).

But the new building boasts an impressive art collection and stunning river views. We hear it outshines Southampton but is not a patch on Skandia’s Stockholm offices.

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