Panel canopies of the type installed here at H & M Home in Westfield White City Shopping Centre, are a neat, contemporary solution for shop fronts that presents a bold branding opportunity for all types of high street outlets. The slim profile of our Panel canopies is at a fixed angle but an additional valance can be specified as an option. A huge range of fabrics are available and the metal framework work can be powder coated to match any RAL colour. Panel canopies are an elegant and stylish solution to branding and proves a popular choice for architects or design studios for projects where branding is key. The crisp lines and sharp branding possibilities make it a perfect three dimensional signage solution for shopping malls such as this one at White City.
The H&M group originated in the Sweden town of Västerås in 1947 as Hennes stores. Today, known as H & M fashion there are over 4000 stores worldwide offering fashion and homeware design in an exciting and sustainable way. This store is in the busy Westfield White City Centre and is a popular venue for people wanting items of high quality at a reasonable price.
Westfield London is a shopping centre in White City, London, in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. The centre was developed by the Westfield Group at a cost of £1.6bn, on a site bounded by the West Cross Route, the Westway and Wood Lane.
The White City Stadium in the north of the area, was known as the Great Stadium and seated 66000; it was officially opened by King Edward VII on 27 April 1908 for the Olympics. After the Olympics, it continued to be used for athletics until 1914, and was later turned into a greyhound racing track, and a motorcycle Speedway oval.. The stadium hosted one match during the 1966 World Cup. In 1985 the stadium was demolished to make way for the BBC White City building. Today, the 1908 Olympics are commemorated with a list of athletes inscribed on the side of the BBC Broadcast Centre Building, and the athletics finish line is marked in the paving outside the building.