Venue of the Week: The Crystal, London

C&IT's sponsored Venue of the Week is sustainability-focussed east London venue The Crystal, which offers a range of unique event spaces.

The Crystal, London
The Crystal, London

One of the world’s most sustainable buildings. Located at the Royal Victoria Docks in East London, The Crystal not only boasts high-energy efficiency and the low CO2 emissions, it boasts 14 flexible meeting spaces, suitable for intimate brainstorms right through to product launches and conferences. As an event space, The Crystal is one of the most unique in the world, utilising the most innovative technology to deliver an experience that is second to none.
 
This award-winning space is easily accessible from Royal Victoria DLR with a short walk to the scenic Victoria Dock. It is also easily accessible for international visitors, with London City airport just a short drive.

The Crystal, London
 
With eight hotels within walking distance – keeping both costs and carbon footprints down – The Crystal has hosted more than 250,000 visitors since opening in 2012 and some prestigious brands such as Telsa and the Eco summit. All the event spaces are customisable with bespoke furnishings and floral arrangements and each meeting room is available in different layouts: boardroom, open boardroom or U-shape, so you can tailor your meeting space to your needs. Give your guests a new perspective with The Crystals’ sustainable exhibition, showcasing the latest innovation in carbon emissions reduction, as well as the future of urban living.

The Crystal, London

www.thecrystal.org

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