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Saturday, October 4, 2014

Selfridges Birmingham

The Selfridges department store in Birmingham in the Midlands is the city's most iconic piece of modern architecture.

Selfridges Birmingham, UK

Opened in 2003, Selfridges in Birmingham, is a sister store to the original shop on Oxford Street in London.

Selfridges in Birmingham is part of the revamped Bullring and the curved structure, made up of 15,000 anodised aluminium discs on a blue background, wraps elegantly around Moor Street and Park Street in the city centre. The building cost £60 million to construct and was designed by London-based architecture firm Future Systems, whose work also includes the Media Centre at Lord's Cricket Ground.

Selfridges Birmingham, UK

Selfridges Birmingham has four above ground floors and a basement food hall. Designer brands include Armani, Barbour, Boss, Burberry, Victoria Beckham, Paul Smith, Givenchy, McQueen, Ted Baker, Fred Perry, Gucci, and Cath Kidson.

Dining options in the basement include Krispy Kreme, Yo Sushi and Itihaas Brasserie.

Selfridges Birmingham, UK


Selfridges Birmingham
The Bullring
Upper Mall East
Birmingham B5 4BP
Tel: 800 123400

Selfridges Birmingham, England


Other Selfridges stores are at the Trafford Centre opened in 1998 and Exchange Square (2002) in Manchester.

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