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By Theodora Halstead | December 18 2017
The new Wellness Clinic at Harrods takes up a vast 10,500 sq ft of the department store’s fourth floor, but with its discreet entrance, you’d barely know it was there. Once inside, you immediately feel the serenity of the space designed by the award-winning architects Stanton Williams. By using natural materials such as cherry timber, Moleanos stone and soft fabrics, the architects have created a minimalist contemporary look that still emanates warmth, flowing seamlessly from the tranquil waiting room to each of the ambiently lit treatment rooms and personal training studios. Cleverly positioned around circular pods for a more intimate feel, each room and studio features state-of-the-art technology paired with the unrivaled expertise of the clinic’s in-house wellness specialists, who span the gamut of self-improvement from nutrition and fitness to aesthetic treatments and skin care.