The Lutyens Room is situated on the 2nd floor with light and airy windows looking south and portraits of RIBA past presidents line the walls. The Lutyens Room includes a partitioned anteroom and can accommodate buffets for up to 70 and seated dinners for up to 50.
The space is frequently used for committee meetings, informal lunches and dinners, receptions, press launches and even intimate wedding ceremonies.
About the architect
Sir Edwin Lutyens was the leading British architect of the first half of the 20th century. He was responsible for many country houses, designing their gardens with Gertrude Jekyll, and spent 20 years masterplanning and designing New Delhi. Sir Edwin Lutyens received the Royal Gold Medal in 1921.
Viceroys House New Delhi RIBA Library Photographs Collection,www.ribapix.com
Classroom: 20 Cabaret: 40
Seated dinner: 50
Standing buffet: 70
L 17.5m W4.8m H2.8m
RIBA Floor Plan