The Ivy Collection takes receipt of kitchen for Selfridges brasserie

Brasserie of Light, Selfridges, London

Restaurant group The Ivy has taken stock of its latest kitchen – at the heart of iconic Oxford Street store Selfridges.

The kitchen is the backbone of the company’s Brasserie of Light restaurant, which features a 24 foot crystal statue by British artist Damien Hirst.

The Ivy Collection appointed catering equipment design house Sprint Group to deliver the kitchen project and it worked closely with the company to provide an infrastructure capable of supporting its all-day menu of British classics and internationally-inspired dishes.

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The kitchen is helmed by Emanuel Machado and forms part of the final stages of the department store’s £300m investment in its flagship location.

Justin Hardy, head of design at The Ivy Collection, said: “It was another excellent installation delivered by Sprint on time and to specification, meeting our expectations of quality.”

Tony Dickinson, Sprint’s project director, added: “This was a very important and satisfying project to delivery for our client, within one of the world’s most famous department stores, and the challenges that go hand in hand with working in this environment, delivering to both our clients, and Selfridges’ expectations.”

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