Edge Architecture & Design refurbishes Harvey Nichols café

The fifth-floor café in Harvey Nichols’s London flagship store is set to reopen in November following refurbishment work by Edge Architecture & Design.

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The café features a horseshoe-shaped Corian espresso bar, with a brass finish, while banquette seating has been introduced.

The 200m2 space also features a herringbone wood-effect flooring and an open-plan kitchen with white and gold tiles.

Dark taupe, beige and charcoal grey chairs are used as well as limewashed smoked wood table tops and rose-tinted glass pendant lights.

The consultancy started work on the café in June, with the project led by associate Jayne Furniss and designer Anne-Marie O’Connell.

Furniss says, ‘We’ve worked with the existing architecture and really lightened the space.’

The refurbished café is set to reopen at the end of November.

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  • Jennifer West November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    This sounds gorgeous, curves and hints of colour, classical and contemporary sophistication.

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