Salters’ Hall has been closed for refurbishment, and we think you’re going to love the new look!
The building has been upgraded by architects de Metz Forbes Knight, and the new space is due to be unveiled later this month.
The imposing 4,200sq/m building will be accessed through a newly built pavilion entrance. The new design will take advantage of the stature of the building, with lofty ceilings and floor to ceiling windows and a glazed roof that allows views to the upper levels of the building. The outside will be covered in bronze aluminium that mimics the fluted wooden panelling in the main ceremonial hall.
The grand ceremonial rooms will remain largely the same, retaining their grandeur with the renovation of the fluted ash panels that adorn the walls, deep red carpets and refurbished ironmongery. The huge height of the ceiling provides outstanding acoustics and a show-stopping effect for any kind of event, from grand banquets, to concerts and weddings.
Glazing has also been upgraded across the building, along with the concrete exterior. The upper-level offices have been overhauled and the previous undercroft entrance has been developed into spacious, modern offices.
The venue’s outside space makes this a great choice for summer parties. It overlooks the new London Wall Place development which extends to one acre surrounding the building. It’s a beautiful oasis within the hustle and bustle of the city, featuring water features, suspended walkways a medieval church and even a section of the actual Roman London Wall. Salters’ Hall also has its own secret, secluded garden; a charming space ideal for drinks and wedding receptions.
To arrange a site visit at this exciting livery hall when it opens, please get in touch.