As developments take shape at anticipated new event space, Exhibition London, organisers release architectural renders showcasing plans for the interior of the Grade II listed Dimco East building.
Preparing to open to the public for the first time in history, the stunning Victorian structure was first built in 1899 and was originally used as an engine house for Central London Railways. Iconic TFL aesthetics remain in place with tiled interior walls and red brick lending unique character to the vibrant, 3185sqmvenue.
Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield and Broadwick Venues will breathe life back into the heritage building located at Westfield London.
Event venue specialists Venue Lab, have been appointed to oversee all corporate, brand and filming bookings for the multi-purpose music, event and hospitality venue, with a total standing capacity of 1,500 for corporate shows and seated dinner capacity of up to 750. The event space will span across two floors, the ground floor comprising of the entrance foyer, reception space and green rooms. The main event area is situated on the first floor, with 900 sq meters of uninterrupted floor space and a large stage. A dynamic and adaptable format with multiple spaces, makes Exhibition London an ideal place to host conferences, exhibitions, award dinners, product launches, location filming and high profile live music events.