This is a fine, light room with a large open boardroom table, able to seat up to 20 people. The double aspect windows overlook the terraces below and offer a close up view of the BT Tower.
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 Raymond Unwin was a pioneering town planner who helped to introduce the idea of garden suburbs to Britain. He designed houses in the Arts and Crafts style for Letchworth Garden suburb and also laid out Hampstead Garden suburb. He was President of the RIBA during the construction of its Portland Place headquarters. Sir Raymond Unwin received the RIBA Royal Gold Medal in 1937.