Kenley awnings by Deans have been a mainstay product with us since 2008 and is a commercial awning at the very top of the line of high quality commercial awning systems available in the UK. Assembled in our London factory our commercial awning meets the highest technical standards. The in-house assembly of the Deans Kenley awning means that fast deliveries are possible and a full maintenance backup is guaranteed. Deans Kenley awnings are available in electric or manual control and can be automatically operated via a menu of control options including sun and wind response. With arms up to 3.5 meters extension and widths from 2.00 meters up to 13.00 meters Deans commercial awnings is suitable for all retail applications.
With renowned Italian chef Francesco Mazzei at the helm as chef patron, Sartoria serves an all-day dining menu, inspired by Francesco’s home region of Calabria and surrounding areas of Italy. Sartoria is the sole restaurant on Savile Row and recently undergone an extensive refurbishment by acclaimed designer David d’Almada. The restaurant has a spacious dining area and three private rooms, which can be transformed to meet your requirements for a truly bespoke event. A major part of the facelift and refurbishment to the restaurant has been the installation of the Deans Kenley awning.
Originally known as Saville Street the architectural plan for Savile Row was drawn up by Colen Campbell, with Henry Flitcroft as the main architect of the street in the mid 1700’s. The architects were all under the influence of Burlington’s interpretation of Palladian architecture, known as “Burlingtonian”, which was to have some influence on English architecture in the 16th century. Whilst well known for its tailors Savile Row was also the home of the Beatles Apple studios and their final live concert was held on the rooftop of the building at Number 3 Savile Row.