Selfridges Manchester, Exchange Square Shop, Store, England, Location, Retail Photos

Manchester Selfridges : Exchange Square Store

Shopping Development in Manchester, northwest England, UK – design by BDP / Stanton Williams

17 Apr 2010

Selfridges Manchester

Design: BDP Architects with Stanton Williams

£45m store

Selfridges Manchester building – shop photos © Adrian Welch, Apr 2010:

Manchester Selfridges

Store location: in rear half of Marks & Spencer Store, Exchange Square

Selfridges Store Manchester – Design Team

Stanton Williams : project architect

Ground Floor – Beauty: Adjaye Associates
1st Floor – Man: Vincent van Duysen with Lees Associates
2nd Floor – Woman: Stanton Williams
3rd Floor – Women’s Spirit: Cibic & Partners [Aldo Cibic] with Lees Associates
Food Hall – Future Systems

Corporation Street square, adj. Triangle shopping centre & Selfridges store:
Corporation Street square

160,000sqft store fit out – four retail floors + foodhall
Different architects to create a distinct design for each floor of the shop

Manchester building
building photo © Adrian Welch 2006

Selfridges Store Manchester project architect : Stanton Williams

Marks & Spencer Manchester
Design: BDP Architects
Shop location: Exchange Square
On completion this was the largest M&S store in the world.
Design: Building Design Partnership

Marks & Spencer Manchester
building photo © Adrian Welch 2006

Location: Exchange Square, Manchester, Northwest England, UK

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The Trafford store is noted for its use of stone and marble and for the exterior which strikingly resembles the London store. Each of the five floors of the Exchange Square store in central Manchester was designed by a different architect and has its own look and feel. In December 2009, store officials announced that the store will undergo a £40 million renovation to give it a more iconic look that has been associated with Selfridges. It has been announced the store will feature art installations using LED lighting that will be projected to the outside of the building at night.

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