The Key to Safe Streets: Five Cities Humanizing Street Design
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Harrods Department Store Food Halls

London

United Kingdom

Contributed by 
Project for Public Spaces
 on 
September 8, 2003
December 14, 2017

There are no better displays, counters, and eateries than those at this upscale food hall.

What makes it Great?

Why it doesn't work?

There is no classier series of upscale food halls with better displays, counters, and eateries anywhere in the world. You can feast your eyes and browse to your heartÍs content. It is better than a museum, because here you can buy anything you want.

Access & Linkages

Comfort & Image

Uses & Activities

Sociability

How Light?

How Quick?

How Cheap?

History & Background

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Harrods Department Store Food Halls
Harrods Department Store Food Halls
Harrods Department Store Food Halls
Harrods Department Store Food Halls
Harrods Department Store Food Halls
Harrods Department Store Food Halls
Harrods Department Store Food Halls
Harrods Department Store Food Halls

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