Classic folding arm awning at Motcombs

This large Classic folding arm awning installed at Motcombs restaurant on Motcomb Street in Belgravia has given guests of the restaurant to enjoy their refreshment outside the restaurant and occupy themselves with the time honoured pursuit of people watching. The Classic folding arm awning is available in widths up to 13.50 meters wide with a one piece cover; this has enabled us to replace the two awnings, which were there previously, with one whole expanse of colour.  This installation is an  impressive example of the suitability of the Classic folding arm awning to give unbroken cover over a particularly wide frontage.

The Classic awning is an unfussy design which belies the robust construction required of a high street installation. Electrically operated by remote switch the awning can also be automatically controlled via an integrated sun and wind sensors. The gold coloured branding on this Classic awning has been achieved through our unique RAGSĀ® graphics process which combines the sophistication of digital imagery with an artistic flair for  application.

Motcombs is  a Modern European restaurant, brasserie and bar located near to Sloane Street, it is opposite Christian Louboutin and hosts lots of regulars and locals in a friendly atmosphere. The casual feel should not detract from the restaurant which serves up seriously good food including an impressive selection of fish and game and an excellent wine list.

Belgravia was known as Five Fields during the Middle Ages, and became a dangerous place due to highwaymen and robberies. It was developed in the early 19th century by Richard Grosvenor, 2nd Marquess of Westminster, focusing on numerous grand terraces centred on Belgrave Square and Eaton Square.  Recently many of the properties previously owned by the Duke of Windsor has been sold privately.