Foodservice company Bubble has been appointed as an approved supplier at the Royal Horticultural Halls in London.
The Lindley Hall in Westminster opened its doors for the first time in 1904 at the height of the Edwardian era. It came about after King Edward VII suggested the idea of the Royal Horticultural Society having a purpose-built exhibition hall for its shows.
The monarch, along with the society's patron Queen Alexandra, officially opened the building on 22 July 1904.
The designer Edwin J Stebbs focused on achieving as much natural light as possible, something that remains a key part of the building's character over a century later.
Bubble specialises in food design and events production and already caters for a number of venues across the capital.
Michael Collins, Bubble managing director, said: "The Royal Horticultural Halls is a truly exceptional venue and it will be easy to be inspired by such wonderful architecture. Offering one of the largest uninterrupted floor spaces in central London, the Royal Horticultural Halls has already hosted many talked about gatherings - including the unveiling of new Mercedes and Maserati models - while Paul Smith, Tom Ford and Moschino are just some of the legendary designers who have chosen the venue to host their fashion shows.
"We are looking forward to making any future events equally as magical."
Bubble, also known as Bubble Food, is on the approved caterer lists at other historic and cultural locations, such as Alexandra Palace, the Design Museum, Somerset House, the Whitechapel Gallery, the Science Museum and the Tower of London. It also provides services at the London O2 arena and Indigo O2 concert hall.
The firm was also added as an approved supplier at Glaziers Hall in January of this year.