Our Spaces and Facilities
We have preserved many of the original 19th century features of Cromwell Place, complemented with contemporary architecture and state of the art facilities. The result is a variety of unique spaces rich in personality that suit the varied needs of our members.
It is so important to have purpose-built spaces which encourage creativity and support the arts. This is why I’m delighted that Cromwell Place is cultivating a vibrant and collaborative cultural community in beautiful surroundings for its members and visitors.Deputy Mayor, Culture and the Creative Industries
Our 13 period gallery spaces have been individually designed to maintain the personality and integrity of the original room, yet discreetly modified to suit the anticipated needs of our members. In addition, our Pavilion gallery offers a large contemporary space with polished concrete floors.
Each gallery space comes with state of the art technology, including Erco lighting, electronic access control and intruder alarm monitoring.
Offices and Meeting Rooms
Office spaces are available for Resident Members to base their business at Cromwell Place. Situated on the third and fourth floors of each building, our offices boast westerly views over the terraces of Cromwell Place, and easterly views of the Victoria & Albert Museum's cupola and towards the City of London.
A Shared Office offers permanent desks for Members to hire on an annual basis.
Members can also benefit from fully serviced hot-desking facilities and meeting rooms to be booked as required.
The Club Room
The social heart of Cromwell Place, the Club Room is open exclusively to members as a space to welcome and entertain clients and colleagues for meetings and drinks, while also providing the opportunity to convene with fellow members. A light food & drink offering will be made available throughout the day, the menu will be curated by Michelin-starred chef, Ollie Dabbous, of Hide in Mayfair, with wine lists curated by Hedonism Wines and cocktails conceptualised by Oskar Kinberg, of Hide.
Designed by Lambart & Brown, the Club Room features a stunning mirrored interior, maintaining the palette and aesthetic integrity of one of Cromwell Place’s most famous historic inhabitants, artist, Sir John Lavery.
Two directors per membership are permitted full access to the Club Room (with up to three guests per director). Additional staff may also obtain full access to the Club Room and on-site facilities for an additional £500 fee per annum.
Events and Catering
Room hire and catering services will be available to our members who wish to host events, from intimate dinners to larger drinks receptions. Prices and availability will be available as of autumn 2019.