The Meeting House was designed by Trevor Dannatt RA. The building was completed in 1972 at a cost of £37,842. It won a Civic Trust award in 1973 and a Concrete Society commendation in 1974. In May 2019, the Meeting House was awarded Grade II listing as being of special architectural interest. The Historic England citation can be seen here.
The Meeting House is often open for London Open House weekends: check the calendar in September. An information sheet on the Meeting House, prepared for London Open House weekends, can be downloaded here (1.6 MB), and a printed version is available at the Meeting House.
In the report produced in 2015 for the Quaker Meeting Houses Heritage Project, the Meeting House is described as a ‘Brutalist jewel’ and of exceptional aesthetic value. The report can be downloaded here (600 kB). The project was jointly funded by Historic England and Britain Yearly Meeting, and the work was carried out by the Architectural History Practice.
For additional details of the building, visit the Wikipedia page
For photos of the building by architectural photographer Jo Underhill, visit Structural Eye.