63 New Cavendish Street
020 7307 5454
020 7307 5459
Asia House, a non-profit, non-political organisation, was established in London in 1996.
To promote appreciation and understanding of Asian countries, their arts, religions and economies, and to foster closer communication between the peoples of Asia and Europe; to establish a centre for educational, corporate or cultural programmes; to offer these facilities to all organisations with an interest in or connection with Asia, including diplomatic missions, companies, arts organisations, societies and associations, and trade, economic, scientific and technological bodies; and to establish a strong relationship with the resident Asian communities and engage their knowledge and skills.
Asia House covers the countries from Iran in the west to Japan in the east and from the Central Asian Republics in the north to Indonesia in the south. London, with its extensive links with Asia, is a perfect location for Asia House. But Asia House's activities will extend over the whole of the United Kingdom and close links are being established with other European, Asian and American organisations with similar aims.
Association or society, Gallery, Historic house or home
Saturday Open during exhibitions only
Our headquarters, an elegant Grade II* listed building, can be privately hired.
The Fine Rooms, Library and Gallery of our Grade II* Listed headquarters are available for hire. They are ideal venues for symposia, lectures, presentations, product launches, conferences, lunches, dinners and receptions.
Masterclass with Chua Boon Kee
- 15 September 2014 6:45-8pm
Chinatown Arts Space, in partnership with Asia House, presents a Masterclass by renowned Singaporean artist Chua Boon Kee, three days ahead of the unveiling of his eagerly anticipated sculpture in Soho after he won the SUSTAIN sculpture commission for a new public art landmark for London’s West End. The visiting artist will discuss his work at Asia House on 15 September and the inspiration behind this new piece entitled Flowing. The sculpture is commissioned by Shaftesbury PLC and will be unveiled in Chinatown on 18 September, to coincide with the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival.