Adams Room

The Adams Room is available to hire for a variety of events

Adams Room Information

25 people Boardroom
40 people Theatre
20 people Classroom

25 people U-Shape
60 people Reception
Wifi and Air Conditioning

The Adams Room is named after Professor Henry Adams (1846-1935).

Adams was the fourth president of the Institution of Structural Engineers, in post from 1914 to 1916. In 1922 he was the first recipient of the Institution’s Gold Medal and was made an Honorary Member in 1923.

The bright and airy Adams Room is 40 metres², and offers a double aspect view onto Belgravia's Eaton Square.

The room is on the ground floor of the building* and features high ceilings and Victorian styling.

With a wall-mounted 50" plasma-screen TV and integrated audio system, the room offers an ideal space for a variety of events, and proves to be a popular choice for business luncheons and evening receptions.

Also the Adams Room benefits from free Wi-Fi and Air Conditioning

*easy wheelchair access

Room layout Adams Room layout

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