The Farmiloe Building is a Clerkenwell landmark, once home to George Farmiloe & Sons merchants, and central to London’s heritage of trade and commerce. Of the finest Victorian architecture, completed in 1868 by Browne & Robinson, the Farmiloe building features an italianate palazzo-style frontage, executed in Portland stone and polished Aberdeen granite inside. Victorian warehouse floors – built as the strongest in London – extend from a spectacular glazed atrium revealing distinctive interiors, typified by exposed wrought-iron beams, aged paintwork, panelled offices, hoists and safes. A further extensive basement, 1930s warehouse block and standalone 2,500 sq ft shed provide total space of more than 40,000 sq ft. All areas are accessible via a pragmatic layout, including loading bay, multiple vehicle access points and off-street parking yard.The Farmiloe building is located in London, EC1M at the Smithfield end of St John Street, next to the famous St John restaurant and a two-minute walk from Farringdon station.