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Koret-Taube Conference Center

The John A. Cynthia Fry Gunn Building was built in 2010 and features SIEPR's primary event space, the Koret-Taube Conference Center. The Koret-Taube Conference Center includes two rooms connected by an elegant three story lobby. Room 130 seats up to (150) in a variety of configurations and features a recently-upgraded AV system with dual projectors, wireless microphones, and user-friendly controls. The AV equipment in Room 130 does not require a technician or additional fees for operation. The smaller Room 120 seats up to (49) in various configurations, or can be used as an extension to the lobby for larger receptions. Caterers will appreciate our 300 square foot kitchen with easy outside access to facilitate larger preparation for events. Included is the adjacent Cynthia Fry Gunn Courtyard, noted for its sandstone benches and citrus trees-- a beautiful outdoor space for meals and receptions.

  Room 130  (main room) Room 120  (smaller room)
Projector / Display Dual Projectors Single Projector
Connection Type HDMI HDMI
Audio Yes Yes
Mics (4) Lav, (2) Handheld, (1) Lectern Mic (1) Lav, (1) Handheld
Zoom Functionality No No
Lectern Yes No
Presentation Laptop Yes Yes
Whiteboard No Yes

Koret-Taube Room 130
DEFAULT

Koret-Taube Room 130
BANQUET
Koret-Taube Room 130
THEATER
Koret-Taube Room 130
CLASSROOM
  • (40) SIEPR leather executive chairs at table
  • (40) SIEPR mesh conference chairs on sides
  • (80) total chairs in room
  • (15) rounds capacity
  • (150) seated using rented chairs
  • (120) seated using SIEPR mesh chairs
  • space for rented stage, catering side tables
  • (165) seated using SIEPR mesh chairs
  • (230) seated using rented chairs
  • space for rented stage
  • (70) seated using SIEPR furniture
  • (150) seated using rented furniture
  • space for rented stage



     Koret-Taube Room 130 default configuration:
 


SIEPR-Koret-Taube 130-Default Floorplan-Download.pdf

Note: capacities may be reduced due to COVID-19 health and safety restrictions