The Stirling Room is situated on the 4th floor and offers large windows with views over Portland Place and its eminent buildings. Due to its contemporary design the Sterling room is perfect for meetings, presentations, board meetings and breakout space.
The recent modernisation has introduced an integrated projector and screen, and a PA system that allows high-quality recording of meetings.
About the Architect
This room is named after Sir James Stirling, one of Britain's greatest post-war architects, whose colourful, humanistic approach characterised works such as the Stuttgart Art Gallery, the Clore Gallery at Tate Britain and Tate Liverpool. Sir James Stirling received the Royal Gold Medal in 1980. Image: Staatsgalerie Extension Stuttgart. Photograph by Alastair Hunter. RIBA Photographs Collection www.ribapix.com.