Louise Blouin Institute

3 Olaf Street, London W11 4BE (020) 7985 9600 vip-rsvp@ltbfoundation.org www.ltbfoundation.org

What is it? The Louise Blouin Institute is sprawling 1920s coachworks in West London that has been completely refashioned into a state-of-the-art exhibition, performance and events space. The venue has been described as 'temple-like' in its simplicity and grandeur, the entire space dramatically illuminated with a permanent light installation by James Turrell.

What has it got? The venue boasts a variety of spaces in different scales that can be utilised for a range of events from weddings, recitals, private parties, product launches, conferences and film production.

Preferred suppliers:
Rhubarb Food Design, Lettice, The Recipe, JVP Events, Enotria, The Admirable Crichton

Largest space: 360 (standing)

Smallest space: 50 (seated)

Last refurbishment: 2006

Testimonial: "Inspired. There is much to shout about here... beneath the sparkling, night-time glamour, the Institute is almost monastically simple." - Jonathan Glancey, writing in The Guardian, 19 October 2006


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