Marlesbury® commercial awnings in Clifton, Bristol
The Marlesbury® commercial awning was selected by designers responsible for the layout of the new Kibou restaurant in Clifton, Bristol, because it combined durability with minimalist architecture. The neat, almost delicate, lines of the Marlesbury® commercial awning belie the strength of its’ robust construction.
This elegant awning has a fine stainless steel front profile to accentuate its classic lines, further enhanced by the fabric wrapping which conceals the profile tube and integrates with a weighted valance. The awning is available in four options; it can either be fixed or retractable and manufactured with, either, a purpose-built recess or with the traditional box finish. Though not seen here there is also the option of an elegant exposed roller-system for those preferring the more functional, engineered, look.
The Marlesbury® commercial awning is a popular choice for commercial customers where historically sensitive buildings should not be compromised by the installation of more obviously modern awning systems. There is also an option to have the Marlesbury® commercial awning branded with client logos or text by means of our RAGS® graphic process; though the option has not chosen on this particular project.
Serving up a signature range of classic and contemporary Japanese dishes, Kibou have just opened in Clifton, Bristol. Specialising in steamed bao buns, handmade gyozas, rich ramen, crisp tempura and delicious katsu curry. They are also an all-day into the night-time neighbourhood venue who are expert in creating Japanese-inspired cocktails,
beers and sake.
Clifton is one of the oldest and most affluent areas of the city of Bristol and was the home of many famous people from, Stalin’s daughter, Svetlana Alliluyeva, through the cricketer WG Grace to the actor Peter O’Toole.