Michelin House which is 100 years old this year. Completed in 1911, it was designed by a Michelin employee, Francoise Espinasse. It served as a central London tyre fitting bay until 1985, after which it was sold to Sir Terence Conran and Paul Hamlyn for 8 million pounds. The building today houses the Bidendum Restaurant & Oyster bar with its beautiful tiled walls, glass stained windows featuring a cigar-smoking Bidendum (a.k.a The Michelin man) and mosaic mural detail.
|Posters and literature for the 100th Anniversary event designed by RKH.|