The Martin Room is a flexible space accommodating a boardroom set for 16, theatre style for 25, or it can also be used as a reception area for the opposite Lasdun Room. Featuring double aspect windows, this is a light space perfect for smaller meetings.
Magnetic paint on the walls allows notes and papers from meetings to be easily displayed around the room and repositioned as required.
About the architect
Sir Leslie Martin was a leading figure in British architecture, education and research throughout the mid-20th century. Principal architect on the Royal Festival Hall, one of Britain's best-loved post-war buildings, Martin held many posts on competition juries and as an architectural advisor to many universities and organisations. Sir Leslie Martin received the RIBA Royal Gold Medal in 1973.
Royal Festival Hall. Architectural Press Archive. RIBA Libary Photographs Collection www.ribapix.com|