This Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse in Marylebone features interiors designed by neoclassical architects Robert and James Adam, with pretty signature touches such as filigree plasterwork and inset classical paintings. These tastefully decorated classic spaces are complimented by the blank canvas, modern Gallery room which mean the overall spaces can be tailored to whatever sort of vibe you have in mind.
The three Fine Rooms, Hutchison Room and Library make elegant, Regency-style settings for dinners, conferences and receptions.
The library is painted a beautiful eau de nil colour which creates a soothing, calm atmosphere for refined events. The bookshelves lining the walls (which were made by Sir John Soane and are the first adjustable shelves ever designed) coupled with the traditional fireplace add refined touches that contribute to the overall high-end feel. This intimate space can be used for dinners, presentations, interviews and meetings.
The soft yellow walls of the Hutchison Room create a warm and convivial atmosphere while the Georgian detailing ensures a sense of tradition. Large townhouse windows flood the space with light, meaning its’ just as impressive during the day as in the evening, and makes a great base for get-togethers like small meetings, dinners and presentations.
Elsewhere, the moderan Gallery has been designed as an exhibition space and can be hired separately for more dynamic occasions. With less of a corporate feel this ensures you can entirely put your stamp on proceedings, whatever your chosen theme or vibe. The clean white walls, feature lighting and pared back wooden floors are the backdrop for Asia house’s regular exhibitions, which you can mingle amongst should you wish to hire the space on a private basis. This unique feature is sure to get guests talking, and the additional elements of interest gives everyone something to do in between meeting and mingling with colleagues.