3 Olaf Street is a one of a kind blank canvas venue situated in London’s prestigious West End quarter.
Built in the 1920s, 3 Olaf Street was the original home for Barker & Co coachbuilders, who provided parts for Rolls Royce, Bentley and Daimler amongst others. Since then the building has had a rich and varied history, more recently opening as the home of the Louise Blouin Media Group and the Louise Blouin Foundation in 2006.
In 2005, 3 Olaf Street went though a masterful regeneration. Architects Borgos Dance completely re-designed the interior to maximise the building’s potential, resulting in the conversion of the old parts factory into a modern and innovative business and events space. Alongside this huge transformation Louise Blouin appointed an in house Events Team to manage and run a wide variety of events both private and corporate from 3 Olaf Street.
The interior provides a dramatic 35 ft entrance hall, with adaptable event spaces and a café on the ground floor. With floor to ceiling windows spanning the length of the Gallery and Café, and 22 windows in the entrance hall, the venue is flooded with natural light throughout the day, in the evening our one of a kind fluorescent Turrell lighting system illuminates against the night sky.
To find out more or to arrange a site visit at 3 Olaf Street please contact us.