The London Bridge Arches – a basement transformation

In November last year, Glaziers Hall reopened after an extensive £2.5m refurbishment. Considered to be one of London’s leading conference and events venues, the Grade II-listed building saw specialist heritage architects LYN Atelier and Demant Cole Design expand its contemporary interior and showcase its stunning external features.

This month, Glaziers Hall unveiled a brand new event space set within the venue’s previously unused basement, the London Bridge Arches.

With its own private entrance, the space is comprised of three restored Georgian brick arches and a grade listed original York stone floor. There’s also a bespoke wine cellar designed by industry-leading Sorrells which offers a contemporary backdrop against the exposed brick of the three arches.

The London Bridge Arches provides a heritage setting for dinners, wine tastings, receptions and lectures. Alternatively, this contrasting space can be used for breakouts or refreshments for larger events taking place throughout the venue, including expos, marketplace events and product showcases. The space can accommodate 120 people standing, 90 people for seated dinners and 72 people with a cabaret seating arrangement.

If you’d like to find out more about the London Bridge Arches space, why not send an enquiry.