Liberty of London: Ye Olde Street Store


London, United Kingdom

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Liberty’s from the street. Viewed from Argyle Street.

Liberty’s building fronts Great Marlborough Street and is one of the most prominent Tudor revival Arts and Crafts buildings in London. It is a Grade II* listed building. The timbers used in the construction of the building (built in 1924 by architects Edwin T. Hall and his son Edwin S. Hall) were taken from two British naval ships, HMS Impregnable and HMS Hindustan.

Unlike a typical large department store, the shop has resisted the trend for suspended ceilings and corporate display fittings. It retains the original Tudor Revival detailing (with some typical 1930s touches) inside as well as out. The interior is split up into a series of relatively small rooms, arranged around several windowless atria, which are lit by glazed roofs and have wooden balconies at each level. There are stairs and decorative lifts instead of escalators. The wood paneling is intricately carved and there are many period fireplaces etc throughout the whole building.

Liberty’s is dedicated to qualtiy, inovation and artistic craftmanship of the highest quality.

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