Atrium, Canary Wharf
A twenty-seven-metre high glass atrium provides a spectacular setting for events, with views over the Wharf and to the skies above. The space further benefits from a mezzanine level, waterside terrace and impeccable built-in facilities. Offering over 680 square metres of uninterrupted space and floor-to-sky views. Located in Canary Wharf, 1,000 capacity.
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