|Location||Great Russell Street, Holborn, London WC1B 3LS, England|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||David du Roi Aberdeen|
In 1948, David du Roi Aberdeen won an architectural competition to design the new TUC headquarters building in Great Russell Street, London. Staff began to move into the offices in 1956 and the building was officially opened in 1958. The building is Grade II* listed.
Congress House was officially opened on 27 March 1958 along with the unveiling of a giant pietà-style statue of a woman holding her dead son, carved in place in the internal courtyard by Jacob Epstein, it was intended as a memorial to the dead trade unionists of both world wars.
Congress House was one of the earliest post-war buildings to be listed at Grade II*, in 1988.
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