Arthur’s, Liberty London

Portview marked the completion of Liberty London’s year-long renovation with the opening of the department store’s new bar and restaurant, Arthur’s.

Named after the Liberty's founding father, Arthur’s encompasses decadence and sophistication in equal measure, with art-deco inspired elements cleverly combined with contemporary touches to give it a unique allure.

Designed by architecture consultancy, Nick Leith-Smith, and project managed by Portview, the interior features a sculptural copper installation at the entrance; semi-circular banquette seating; dazzling warm brass and copper details; and plush upholstered velvet in alternating shades of midnight blue, teal green and dusty pink.

Throughout 2017, Liberty London underwent an extensive fit-out process, which resulted in the celebrated expansion of its menswear and womenswear departments.

The revamp has also seen the addition of a new mini British food hall, where shoppers can purchase the finest of local produce after trying it for themselves from Arthur’s mouth-watering menu - created by the culinary team at Levy UK.

In keeping with the art and craft theme, the reclaimed pendant lighting lends a sophisticated polish, while geometric wall paint provides vibrant accents.

The ultimate showpiece, is the stylish bar extending the length of the restaurant. With a surface of hand-glazed diamond tiles, a dreamy palette of pinks, greys and blues, and an elegant marble counter.

  • Client: Liberty London
  • Location: Regent Street, London
  • Size: 139 sq m
  • Timescale: 4 weeks
  • Designer: Nick Leith-Smith
  • Budget: £Non-disclosed

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