Old Sessions House offers a very special opportunity for an occupier to be truly inspired by their surroundings, with special views over Clerkenwell Green. There is 18843 square feet of rejuvenated space available in this unique former courthouse, which dominates Clerkenwell Green on an island site. The building has undergone a full, sympathetic refurbishment to provide one of central London’s truly rare opportunities.
Since the building’s completion a wide range of events have also been held on site such as the Autumn 2017 Burberry fashion show and art exhibition, Dezeen awards 2019 and Elle decoration awards to name a few.
A very special opportunity to be truly inspired by the environment & surroundings
AN INSPIRING SANCTUARY
A second courtroom with 8-metre high ceilings sits across from the first and in the morning, the sun shines beautifully through the original crown glass windows. Small and medium-sized rooms are mixed in, each with its own personality and historic architectural details. Rich with history, it’s an opportunity to anchor one of London’s most prominent buildings and desirable neighbourhoods.
The top level of Old Sessions House hosts Sessions Arts Club, an original fixture in the old Judges’ dining room that is reopening for a new crowd. This laid-back lounge will serve an eclectic mix of European cuisine, as well as an extensive wine list that is offered without pretension by passionate and knowledgeable staff. Step up and outside to find a lush and bustling roof garden, an ideal spot for alfresco dinners or fireside lounging. This is Clerkenwell at its finest.
Old Sessions House has become an all-day destination for both work and leisure. A curated mix of people and brands fill the grand space – and fill it with their passions.
Many of the building’s historic features are still intact, and the patina of aged stone and plasterwork is a reminder of the building’s long and storied history. The principal floors stretch over three levels, defined by a 20 metre-tall grand dome and main courtrooms. The main courtroom is characterized by the magnificent 7-metre-high glass screen, 9-metre-high ceilings, a raised viewing gallery and original pine floors.