The Aston Webb room at RIBA at 66 Portland Place is part of the original 1934 building and reflects the unique character of the venue, which is renowned for representing the best of British Architecture.
This atmospheric room is named after Sir Aston Webb who was President of the RIBA in 1902-1904 and was awarded the Royal Gold Medal in 1905. It has often been said that ‘when you step into RIBA, you step back in time’ and it is this experience that wows guests and adds a unique sense of occasion to events held at 66 Portland Place.
The Aston Webb room is located on the second floor of the building and is accessed via 66 Portland Place’s stunning marble staircase, which makes for an incredibly grand entrance route for guests!
With walls lined with leather and joinery in Indian laurel wood, the Aston Webb room exudes a stately, mid-century vibe with period features galore, and is complemented by large windows that fill the space with an abundance of natural daylight and a grand view of the tree-lined Portland Place.
This space is popular for VIP events, committee, or boardroom-style meeting and intimate wedding breakfasts, as well as private dinners to celebrate special occasions in style.
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