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Selfridges at night.

Selfridges at night.

June 2010
Selfridges window next to the main entrance.

Selfridges window next to the main entrance.

June 2011
Selfridges on Oxford Street.

Selfridges on Oxford Street.

February 2012
Selfridges, view to the building from Oxford Street.

Selfridges, view to the building from Oxford Street.

February 2012
The Queen of Time bronze sculpture by Gilbert Bayes (1928) on top of Selfridges main entrance on Oxford Street.

The Queen of Time bronze sculpture by Gilbert Bayes (1928) on top of Selfridges main entrance on Oxford Street.

February 2012
Entrance to Selfridges on Oxford Street.

Entrance to Selfridges on Oxford Street.

February 2012
Selfridges during the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

Selfridges during the Queen's Diamond Jubilee celebrations.

May 26, 2012
Madonna's new shoe line Truth or Dare on Selfridges' window. On the day of her MDNA 2012 tour reached London.

Madonna's new shoe line Truth or Dare on Selfridges' window. On the day of her MDNA 2012 tour reached London.

17 July 2012
Selfridge & Co Limited nameboard on Oxford Street side of the department store.

Selfridge & Co Limited nameboard on Oxford Street side of the department store.

16. February 2014
Selfridges in May 2014

Selfridges in May 2014

May 4, 2014
Selfridges window October 2011

Selfridges window October 2011

25.10.2011
Yayoi Kusama at Selfridges entrance in October 2012.

Yayoi Kusama at Selfridges entrance in October 2012.

3.10.2012
Selfridges in October 2012

Selfridges in October 2012

3.10.2012
Yayoi Kusama on Selfridges window

Yayoi Kusama on Selfridges window

3.10.2012
Selfridges window in May 2012

Selfridges window in May 2012

30.05.2012
The Food Hall at Selfridges in 2014

The Food Hall at Selfridges in 2014

16.02.2014
Christmas themed Selfridges window in October 2016

Christmas themed Selfridges window in October 2016

22.10.2016

Selfridges

Address:
400 Oxford Street, London W1A 1AB
Type:
Commercial
Completion:
March 1909
Retails:
1
Viewed:
83962

Description of Selfridges

Selfridges is a department store on Oxford Street in London W1.

The store Selfridge & Co was founded by Harry Gordon Selfridge and opened first in March 15, 1909.

The nearest underground station is Bond Street. Just a short walk from Hyde Park corner and Marble Arch station.

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News & Comments: (2)

Buildington
2014/01/21 11:41

New planning application submitted to Westminster City Council for:

Use of the third floor SWOD to retail (Class A1); creation of a new customer entrance on Duke Street; new vehicular exit ramp from the existing loading bay within the SWOD building envelope; exiting onto Edwards Mews; creation of a new entry to Nations House and creating a new tunnel link to Selfridges sub-basement under Edwards Mews; improvments to the public realm on Duke Street and Edwards Mews, new plant at roof level, and associated internal alterations.

Source: Westminster City Council www.westminster.gov.uk/planning
Ref no: 14/00247/FULL
Date: 13. January 2014

Buildington
2011/07/22 04:37

Hip Londoners are headed to the roof of Selfridges department store, where Sam Bompas and Harry Parr, two UK-based designers, have installed an emerald green lake complete with rowboats and a panoramic view.

The project, dubbed Voyage of Discovery, is being sponsored by the UK importers of Truvia, a sweetener based on stevia plants, many of which are planted around the green pond. The lake will be open until the 24th.

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