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Our premises and booking a venue

Here you will find information about the premises we let out, how to book a venue, what is included, what we can offer and the conditions that apply.


Note! Due to the ongoing  situation related to COVID19, until further notice we do not accept any bookings other than from our own groups.

Booking a venue

The auditorium and other venues may be booked by all departments at Lund University. Venues are available on weekdays between 8.00 and 18.00. You can not rent any of our offices, nor venues for reception, and access to the Sculpture hall on the second floor is only granted in exceptional cases.

Book a venue by sending a request to our email lokalbokning [at] pi [dot] lu [dot] se.

Please specify venue, if you wish access to a group room

date and time

number of participants

the chosen catering supplier

a contact for the booking that will be on site on the day of the event.

For invoicing purposes, we also ask for the name of a reference, the department and the cost centre.

Venues

The lecture hall / auditorium (room 104) is on the first floor. Classic theater seating allows for roughly 50 participants, half that in U-shaped seating. The hall has modern technical equipment, which includes high-resolution projectors, a sound system with hearing loop, and video conferencing capabilities. Renting the auditorium is 3 500 SEK per day, or 1 700 SEK for half a day.

The seminar room (room 107) is on the first floor. The room is ideal for meetings and smaller seminars for up to twelve participants. The room has video conferencing equipment and a whiteboard. Renting the seminar room is 200 SEK/hour and the room must be booked for periods of at least two hours.

Lydia Rydberg room (room 207E) is on the second floor. The room is ideal for meetings and smaller seminars for up to twelve participants. The room has video conferencing equipment and a whiteboard. Renting the seminar room is 200 SEK/hour and the room must be booked for periods of at least two hours.

Group rooms are available upon request, in connection with booking a larger venue. 

Cancellations more than 14 days in advance are not debited, within the 14 days 50 % of the price is debited. If no cancellation has been made the full amount is due. Cancel your booking by email to lokalbokning [at] pi [dot] lu [dot] se ().

Catering

Catering is booked by the organizer, and is not administered by the Pufendorf IAS. The organizer is responsible for the collection of, and seeing to the return of, catering supplies, as well as leaving the venue in original condition. Lunch breaks may be held in the foyer, outside the auditorium, where there is also space to serve food and drink. When the weather permits, there are three large round tables in the garden that may be used, the Institute is happy to lend blankets.

Contact

Please send requests to lokalbokning [at] pi [dot] lu [dot] se and await confirmation. For other queries, please contact our house manager:

Dardan Mustafa
dardan [dot] mustafa [at] service [dot] lu [dot] se
046 222 62 02

Due to public outbreak of coronavirus, COVID-19

Due to the current situation in regards to the spread of the Corona-virus, COVID-19, until further notice we do not accept bookings from others than our own groups.

  • There can be no more than 5 people in the auditorium and in the seminar room.
  • Arrange seating so that there is at least 1,5 m between each participant.
  • When booking the auditorium, or the seminar room, access is restricted to the first floor.
  • Attendees may not access restrooms, kitchen, or other facilities on the second and third floors. Questions on-site, regarding the booking and other queries, may be directed to the house caretaker, Dardan Mustafa. We are happy to help with practical issues such as carafes or print-outs.
  • General safety regulations and recommendations from LU as well as the Public Health Agency of Sweden (Folkhälsomyndigheten) apply.

Rooms and facilities

Hörsalen
Hörsalen

Seminarierummet
Seminarierummet

Lydia Rydberg
Lydia Rydberg