Established in 1901, Harrod’s Georgian Restaurant occupies its 4th floor and is one the finest attractions of the department store. The Restoration of the Harrod’s Georgian Restaurant was made by Christopher Guy.
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Having an experienced background in bespoke materials and craftsmanship, and a personal admiration for the restaurant, Cristopher Guy Harrison, the founder and CEO of his self-entitled luxury furnishings company, was the ideal choice to restore this emblematic and unique setting. The British designer wound up creating over 500 pieces of furniture. Heavily influenced in the sophistication and glamor of the 20s and 30s, this space creates a modern and classic atmosphere for its guests.
With the renewal of the restaurant, a cluster of innovative pieces was displayed, such as carved wood silver leafed panels, a copper statue of a Georgian aristocrat, and mosaic features that cover a myriad of individual pieces.
This new appearance was an investment of £250 million by Qatar Holdings, the official owners of the building since 2010. Martin Illingworth who is the director of store development declared that “this room is pure elegance and is everything Harrods stands for.”
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The Georgian restaurant is a breath of fresh air and escapes from the tumultuousness of Knightsbridge. It is the ultimate apotheosis for cosmopolitan lifestyle and eternal beauty.
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