United Kingdom – 10 July, 2015 – How important is what a conference room looks like? Very, if a recent study is to be believed.
Meeting rooms with large windows, high ceilings and outdoor spaces are said to boost workforce productivity, health and general wellbeing.
John Alker, for the UK Green Building Council, quotes a report from the World GBC explaining how buildings with excellent ventilation, more daylight, stunning architecture and room configuration are making a huge difference in the world of business.
The World GBC is so convinced by initial study findings that it has now launched a year-long project looking at how this can be translated into financial benefits.
One such ‘green’ venue for conference room hire is RIBA Venues in central London, which has meeting rooms for up to 400 guests inside a stunning Art Deco building opened in 1934 by King George V and Queen Mary.
The venue has floor-to-ceiling windows, creating an oasis of light and space. Not only that but there are three roof terraces giving excellent outside views of London’s Regent Park and Oxford Circus nearby.
Stephanie Ellrott, from RIBA Venues, said: “Our Art Deco venue represents the best of British architecture. This is perfect for a whole host of businesses, including charities, corporates, associations and private clients, wanting meeting rooms where their delegates can work to their full potential in an environment that boosts their productivity.”
For more information, visit the website:
Company Name: RIBA Venues
Contact Person: Stephanie Ellrott
Address:Royal Institute of British Architects, 66 Portland Place
Country: United Kingdom