Classic Commercial awning for Rolleston Gallery
To have a large expanse of cover with an awning it is imperative that you specify a robust commercially rated system. This Classic commercial awning we have installed at The Rolleston Gallery is one such example where a large area in front of the business needed to be covered in order to maximise the shade on the valuable antiquities within. The Classic commercial awning was specified for its robust construction and suitability for wider widths and projections available. The Classic commercial awning is assembled in our factory and the aluminium profiles have been powder coated in our own powder coating facility in East London.
The awning is electrically operated via a wireless control system from inside the gallery meaning that wiring is only required outside at the awning fixing and there is no inconvenience to the client through extra internal cabling. When retracted the awning cover is enclosed under a protective rain hood which ensures there is no soiling line created due to dust and other pollutants settling on the cover if the premises is unoccupied for an extended length of time.
The branding to the awning valance has been applied through the use of our bespoke RAGS® branding process, which has ensured a finely defined graphic in keeping with the sophistication of this location.
Rolleston is an established and experienced third generation family business, and one of the leading Antique Furniture and Works of Art Galleries. Their speciality is in 18th Century and early 19th Century furniture and Works or Art. based in this London gallery for over 50 years their private clients are varied and come from around the world. Over the years they have sold items to many of the world’s leading Museums and Institutions. The gallery is open from Monday to Friday 9.30 to 5.30m and other times by appointment.
The Royal Park of Kensington Gardens in the north east of Kensington is contiguous with its eastern neighbour, Hyde Park). The other main green area in Kensington is Holland Park, on the north side of the eastern end of Kensington High Street. Many residential roads have small communal garden squares, for the exclusive use of the residents.