High Road House has external makeover

High Road House, the well known Soho House Restaurant and Members club, has had an external makeover courtesy of Deans Blinds and Awnings. Recovering awnings is a valuable service which Deans offer to all new and existing customers. Recovering awnings is a cost effective way of preserving your existing awning by changing  the appearance  or even creating a completely new logo or text  and colour update when circumstances demand.

Unlike other members’ clubs, which often focus on wealth and status, Soho House  aim to assemble communities of members that have something in common: namely, a creative soul. The majority of their members work in traditional creative industries, with the film, fashion, advertising, music, art and media sectors, among others, heavily represented. They offer four types of memberships for High Road House: Local House, Every House, Under 27 Local House, and Under 27 Every House

Local membership to High Road House gives you access to all club spaces and facilities: bars and restaurants, private hire spaces and their event programming calendar.

Chiswick High Road contains a mix of retail, restaurants, food outlets and expanding office and hotel space. The wide streets encourage cafes, pubs and restaurants to provide pavement seating. Lying between the offices at the Golden Mile Great West Road and Hammersmith, office developments and warehouse conversions to offices began from the 1960s. The first in 1961 was 414 Chiswick High Road on the site of the old Empire Cinema. Between 1964 and 1966, the 18-storey IBM headquarters was built above Gunnersbury station, designed to accommodate 1500 people. It became the home of the British Standards Institution in 1994

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