Chipperfield showcases Selfridges project

David Chipperfield's new Duke Street entrance at Selfridges

Practice completes new entrance and 5,000sq m revamp at ‘world’s best department store’

David Chipperfield Architects has announced the completion of its four-year project to transform the eastern side of the Selfridges department store in London.

The practice was appointed to the job – which has seen the creation of a new entrance on Duke Street and the fashioning of a 5,000sq m accessories hall – in 2014.

The work is part of a £300m capital programme at the Oxford Street institution, which was named the world’s best department store by trade body the Intercontinental Group of Department Stores earlier this year.

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