Breathing new life into old stores

64 Arding and Hobbs

W.RE’s mixed-use renovation of the grade ll-listed former Arding & Hobbs building in Clapham, south London, left vacant by Debenhams’ collapse, shows how Britain’s grand old department stores can be given a new lease of life and restored to their former architectural glory.

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