A stylish central London conference venue for meetings, events and entertaining
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  • Portland Place in 1948. Number 41 is the house with the car parked outside. The bomb-damaged house next door was eventually demolished and rebuilt
    Portland Place in 1948. Number 41 is the house with the car parked outside. The bomb-damaged house next door was eventually demolished and rebuilt
  • First floor reception room 1949, now the John Newsom Davis Council Chamber
    First floor reception room 1949, now the John Newsom Davis Council Chamber
  • General Thomas Gage. Portrait attributed to David Martin
    General Thomas Gage. Portrait attributed to David Martin
  • Gound floor reception room now the 'Laurie Landeau' room
    Gound floor reception room now the 'Laurie Landeau' room
  • Margaret Kemble, wife of General Gage. She and her husband were the first occupants of 41 Portland Place. Portrait by John Singleton Copley
    Margaret Kemble, wife of General Gage. She and her husband were the first occupants of 41 Portland Place. Portrait by John Singleton Copley
  • The Ciba Foundation in 1953. The remains of the pillared central part of the Adam terrace can be seen next door
    The Ciba Foundation in 1953. The remains of the pillared central part of the Adam terrace can be seen next door
  • 41 Portland Place
    41 Portland Place
  • 41 Portland Place in the 1950's
    41 Portland Place in the 1950's
  • A home for biomedical discussion since the 1940s
    A home for biomedical discussion since the 1940s
  • Academy of Medical Sciences at 41 Portland Place
    Academy of Medical Sciences at 41 Portland Place
  • Bust of Aesculapius, son of Apollo in reception area
    Bust of Aesculapius, son of Apollo in reception area
 

Venue history

Designed by James Adam in 1773, 41 Portland Place was originally built as a private home. Over the years it has housed multiple interesting occupants. Explore the history below through the time periods and also discover some interesting facts about the building and its surrounding area.

41 Portland Place before the Second World War

41 Portland Place after the war

Interesting facts about the building

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