This naturally lit room is situated on the ground floor facing west on to Portland Place. It serves perfectly as a meeting room for 16 or breakout area for up to 20 delegates with seating arranged theatre style, or as an office area for organisers using the Jarvis Suite.
About the architect
George Grey Wornum was the architect of the RIBA headquarters and winner of the RIBA Royal Gold Medal in 1952. His other major commissions included co-designing Clapton Greyhound Stadium in Hackney and the Ladbroke Grove Housing Estate, North Kensington.
Image of 66 Portland Place from RIBA Library Photographs Collection. www.ribapix.com
66 Portland Place, London