I discovered this building when walking along the southwark bridge. I didnt know it has so much history, great example of urban London old architecture. It is the Vintners Hall, and the original one was burnt down during the great fire of London and then rebuilt soon afterwards in 1671! the present facade and entrance dates from 1910...this Vintners company was stablished to regulate the wine trade and these days still supporting that business. This photo has notes. Move your mouse over the photo to see them.