Ten Trinity Square, United Kingdom
Ten Trinity Square is truly one of London’s landmark buildings, overlooking the river Thames at Tower Hill. It is a Grade II listed building, meaning it has been placed on the Statutory List of Buildings of Special Architecture or Historic Interest. In 2012, the building was used as the set for the famous James Bond film: Skyfall.
Ten Trinity Square consists of a hotel section, a residential space, restaurants, bars, spa and a club. This beautiful historical building is completely protected with SEM-SAFE® high-pressure water mist system for fire fighting. The aesthetic design of the SEM-SAFE® nozzles integrates well with the unique architectural features of the building. Read more about Trinity here