Asia House at 63 New Cavendish Street is a stunning Grade II listed Georgian townhouse, designed by the Adams brothers in the 1770’s which holds many of its original features, including ornate ceilings, marble fireplaces and chandeliers.
By 1775, the Adams’s attention had turned to the creation of Portland Place and John Johnson, a neo-classical architect took the site, where he erected the magnificent townhouse that has been renovated and redeveloped as Asia House. The building now also holds two art gallery spaces, as well as a library designed by Sir John Soanes.
The Fine Rooms, Library and Gallery are the ideal venue for seminars, lectures, product launches, presentations, conferences, lunches, dinners and networking events. Give your guests or clients a memorable experience at London’s premier pan-Asian organisation.
The venue spaces can accommodate from 2 to 250 delegates for standing receptions, up to 70 people for sit down dinners or lunches and up to 120 people for meetings and seminars.
The Fine Rooms comprise of three striking Georgian style rooms with original features such as classically painted ceilings, marble fireplaces and chandeliers. All three Fine Rooms are located on the first floor accessible by stairs or lift. All fine rooms are joined and can be used individually or combined dependent on your event requirements.
The Library boasts an architectural history; the bookshelves were designed by Sir John Soane and are the first adjustable shelves ever designed which themselves hold a preservation order. The Library is an intimate space on the ground floor.
Asia House’s contemporary style gallery located on the ground floor has moveable walls that can create a gallery space or a blank canvas venue.Packages
DDR from £72.00 per person (ex VAT) includes: