Grade I Listed Neo-Classical Grandeur
One Marylebone, formally Holy Trinity Church, was built in 1826-28 to the designs of Sir John Soane to celebrate the defeat of Napoleon. Beautifully
refurbished to the original designs of Sir John Soane, the Grade I listed venue boasts 3 unique spaces plus landscaped garden, moments from Regents
The Soane Hall is the jewel in the crown of One Marylebone. Over 27 feet high, the room is impressive in size as well as beauty. Although full of character with its mosaics and stained glass windows the space remains flexible allowing clients to either enjoy it in its natural state or alter it to fit any requirements of style and branding. The East and West galleries are each 1200 sq foot, situated on the first floor of One Marylebone. Both rooms are flooded with natural daylight from floor to ceiling windows, the rooms are at the heart of the architect’s passion for light and its effect. The Galleries can be hired individually (alongside The South Gallery) or used as an incredible contrasting reception space for a main function on The Soane Hall.
Running alongside the building The Garden is the perfect addition to any event needing external space. Whether a reception for a summer wedding or evening drinks party or simply an area for those guests needing some fresh air but still involved in the party.
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