Built between 1927–1933 as a memorial to the Freemasons who died in the First World War, Freemasons’ Hall is one of the finest Art Deco buildings in England, and is now a Grade II* listed building. Freemasons’ Hall is the principal meeting place for Masonic Lodges in London. In addition to the Grand Temple (seating 1,700) there are 21 lodge rooms, a library and museum, board and committee rooms and administrative offices. The building is fully open to the public and is the perfect setting for a range of events.
Flexibility was a key concern due to the number of high profile events held there. In addition to maintaining the prestigious brand through sensitivity to the artefacts and sensitive vinyl flooring and surfaces, including:
- French polished handrails
- Marble and granite mosaics
- ‘Burnt’ brass and pure copper fittings, handles and fixtures