The Tokenhouse restaurant bar by Harrison, London

January 5th, 2013 by retail design blog

Within walking distance of seven Tube stations in Moorgate, central London, Harrison’s stunning redesign of The Tokenhouse highlights a contemporary, unpretentious drinking and dining venue which attracts a vast cross-section of Square Mile customers. The modern space has been cleverly laid out to create a sophisticated and welcoming environment for small, intimate gatherings as well as large parties.

Designed by Harrison

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