London Shops, Retail Buildings: Store Designs

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London Shops

Key Retail Architecture in London, England: Stores in the UK capital

21 Apr 2016 – new photos loaded

London Shop Photos

GAP Store on Oxford Street:
GAP store London Oxford Street

Debenhams Oxford Street store:
Debenhams Oxford Street

Pinet Store, Maddox Street:
Pinet Store London Maddox Street

Fenwick Store New Bond St:
Fenwick Store New Bond St

West One London Shopping Centre, north Mayfair:
West One London Shopping Centre

Stella McCartney store:
Stella McCartney store Mayfair

page updated 17 Feb 2016

London Store Design News

Boodles at 178 New Bond Street, Mayfair, West London
Design: Eva Jiricna Architects
Boodles in the Mayfair
photo from architects office

Boodles on New Bond Street
Completion of a new flagship store for the 200 year old heritage jewellery brand Boodles, in the heart of the Mayfair conservation area.

South Molton Street Building, London, England
Design: DSDHA
South Molton Street Building
photo © Dennis Gilbert

South Molton Street Building – 24 Aug 2013
This building is a new mixed-use development located on Oxford Street, London’s busiest shopping thoroughfare, at the acute-angled junction with South Molton Street and Davies Street. It is adjacent to Bond Street Underground Station, which will benefit from the arrival of Crossrail in 2018 and an influx of additional visitors to the area. The development replaces a former pub with a new high quality mixed-use building comprising retail, office space and residential. The six-storey building is the brand headquarters and flagship store for Bosideng, China’s largest retailer (which has over 4000 outlets in China), introducing the brand to an international audience.

Westfield Stratford City, east London
Westfield Stratford City
photo © Adrian Welch
Westfield Stratford City : building opening – 13 Sep 2011

London Shops – Latest Store Photos

Boodles, 179 Bond Street – design by Eva Jiricna Architects:
Boodles Bond Street

Burlington Arcade, Piccadilly, Mayfair:
Burlington Arcade

Joseph Store, Brook Street, Mayfair:
Joseph Store Brook Street

Marcus, Bond Street – design by Eva Jiricna Architects:
Marcus Bond Street

London Shops

Retail Designs, alphabetical:

Fortnum & Mason store
Jestico + Whiles
Fortnum & Mason store
picture from architects

Fortnum & Mason store

Harrods, Brompton Road, Knightsbridge
photo © Adrian Welch
Harrods Store

Harvey Nichols, Sloane Street / Knightsbridge corner
Harvey Nichols London
photo © Adrian Welch
Harvey Nichols London

Hermès Bond Street Store, Mayfair
Hermès London Store
photo : Andrew Meredith

Hermès London Store

Jigsaw store, 31 Brompton Road
Branson Coates Architecture Ltd
Jigsaw store
photo © Adrian Welch

Jigsaw, 126 New Bond St, London W1

John Pawson

Joseph Menswear, 74 Sloane Avenue, London SW1

David Chipperfield Architects

Liberty of London, off Regent Street
Liberty of London
photo © Adrian Welch
London Store

Cox & Power, Marylebone High Street
Cox & Power Store
photograph : Adrian Myers

Cox & Power London

Marni Sloane Street, Knightsbridge
Marni Sloane Street
photograph : Richard Davies

Marni Sloane Street

Peter Jones, Sloane Square, Belgravia / Chelsea, London SW1
William Crabtree of Slater, Crabtree and Moberly
Peter Jones Store
photo © Adrian Welch

Peter Jones Store

Pleats Please – Issey Miyake shop, 20 Brook St (off Bond Street), London W1

Stanton Williams

Reiss Headquarters, Barrett St, central London
Squire & Partners
Reiss Headquarters
photo © Adrian Welch

Reiss Store

Sainsbury’s store, Clapham High St, London SW4

Chetwood Associates

Selfridges Department Store, Oxford St, central London
Selfridges Department Store
photo © Adrian Welch
Selfridges Store

Wild at Heart – flower shop, 49a Ledbury Rd, Notting Hill, London W11

Future Systems

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