In pictures: RIBA's new national architecture centre in Liverpool available for hire

Located on Liverpool's historic Waterfront, the event spaces are situated over two floors and can host exhibitions, meetings, training and conferences.

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The space is also suitable for product launches, drinks receptions and dinners with capacity ranging from six to 300 people. For conferences, the venue can accommodate up to 70 delegates theatre-style.

RIBA North’s City Gallery and Digital Media table are available with venue hire, providing an environment where delegates can learn more about Liverpool and the processes involved in urban development. Added extras such as a curatorial service, RIBA Liverpool city tours, exhibition guides and talks can also be arranged.

The venue has recently hosted the Liverpool Mayor’s 100 Club VIP event, with upcoming bookings including a launch for TATA steel and a food and drinks launch for Event Exchange.

Suzy Jones, centre director – RIBA North, said: "We are delighted to offer the use of our fantastic new architecture centre to clients wishing to hold an event in a location designed to inspire creativity. The venue is situated in a prime location in Liverpool so benefits from excellent public transport connectivity and amenities.

"RIBA North offers something distinctly different to existing event venues in Liverpool. In addition to quality facilities, users of the venue will have the opportunity to discover more about both the city of Liverpool and architecture with exhibitions, talks and tours, which can be integrated into an event to add even more value to clients and delegates."

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