New London skyscraper "Twentytwo" features a spectacular climbing window

Twentytwo is a new workplace concept set in the heart of the City of London, and with 62 storeys set to stand at 278m tall, it will tower above nearby skyscrapers The Gherkin and The Leadenhall Building.

One of its features includes London’s first climbing window, a climbing course installed directly on the inner face of the building’s external wall situated at 125m from the ground. It’s sure to provide stunning panoramic views across the city for those who are brave enough to give it go.

Photo: Twentytwo Office Interior

Designed by Karen Cook of PLP Architecture, the tower will provide an "inspiring, healthy and energising workplace" for 12,000 people from large business all the way to start-ups.

It will also house a fresh food market, innovation hub, gym, wellbeing retreat and spa, cycle hub, and London’s highest free public viewing gallery.

Photo: Twentytwo Office Interior

Located at 22 Bishopsgate, Twentytwo is set for completion in 2019.

Photo: Twentytwo Skyline