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Shopping at Harrods has got even more self-indulgent as of late, and that has a lot to do with the opening of Moët & Chandon‘s alluring champagne bar. Situated on the ground floor, the bar features a compatible festive setting by London-based architecture practice Sybarite. The bar setting is anchored by an expansive, glittering chandelier – or should we say ceiling installation? – which boldly hints the inimitable effervescence and glam of a bottle of Moët & Chandon bubbly. Right below the chandelier a 34-seat bar is situated, its shape inspired by the terroir in which the prized Moët & Chandon grape vines grow. The bar top will be glass and beneath, the chalk terroir will be represented in the compressed and sustainable micro-paper surfaces crafted by hand to form a sculptural surface. Subtly injected into the bar surface will be ‘the kiss’ replicating the Moët ‘X’ inspired by an old wax seal and up-lit to halo the glow of the base of the bottle or glass served to each guest. Additional seating can be found lining the large windows which look out onto bustling Brompton Road.

Designed by Sybarite
Images © Sybarite

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