At the London Art House we have 18 unique spaces, set within three wings, accommodating a range of events - from a meeting for 8 to a reception for 300. In each suite fine artists have used special paint effects, such as trompe l’oeil, gold leafing, marbling and stonework to reflect the style and atmosphere of artists, art periods or places. The environments they have created both stimulate your delegates and provide a relaxing atmosphere where office pressures dissipate and focus can be placed solely on your day.
Beneath this stunning fascia we are a modern and professional conference and banqueting venue. We pride ourselves on customer service. Before the event we offer step by step event management ensuring attention is paid to every detail. During the day our exceptional operations staff are always on hand to deal with any last minute arrangements allowing your event to run seamlessly.
Whether you would like to use our rooms for team building, training, a board meeting or a brainstorming session we can arrange the rooms to suit your requirements either re-arranging the existing informal seating or bringing in more formal tables and chairs. So, whether you prefer a formal set-up or comfy sofas, the London Art House is the perfect venue.
About the Venue
Our 18 unique spaces mean that we are able to host up to seven individual events at one time all in separate areas. Each main room has an associated private refreshment area and we have a number of breakout spaces.
The venue as a whole is formed of three wings, the Manor Garden and Klimt wings within our main building and the Aegean wing in our annex next door.
The centre piece of the Manor Garden wing is the Manor Garden Hall, our largest room, which is complimented by the Tadema Terrace and Rococo Room as reception areas and the Lemon Grove breakout room.
The Klimt wing holds two of our medium sized rooms, the Baroque Hall and the Egyptian Room, along with the Baroque’s breakout, the Art Studio, and the Monet and Lord Leighton Lounge refreshment rooms.
The Aegean wing has four main spaces, the medium sized Orangery and Tyrian Lounge along with the slightly smaller Bauhaus Room and Albert Moore Lounge. The Orangery has the Marble Garden for refreshments and the Redon Room as a breakout space.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for advice on which room or combination or rooms would be best suited to your requirements.