Greenwich Traditional style awnings for Hai Di Lao
Traditional style awnings have an important place on many of our historic shopping streets and this site at the famous Trocadero building, where the Hai Di Lao is located, is fairly typical. For these traditional style awnings we have used our Greenwich awning®. An all British design we have created and which is modelled on the Victorian style awning. However, by using modern materials, it has the advantage of being able to be operated manually or by remote control. The elegant, yet uncluttered, lines of our Greenwich awnings® are perfectly suited where a particular “look” is required or where there are environmental restrictions on the use of more modern awning designs. We are proud that the Greenwich awning® is a British product, entirely designed and manufactured here in our London factory, which makes it unique amongst its European contemporaries. Additionally, the valances on these particular awnings have been decorated with the client branding which has been achieved through the use of our RAGS® digital branding process ensuring clean, accurate, graphics matching the client’s corporate style.
The brand Haidilao was founded in 1994. With over 20 years of development, Haidilao International Holding Ltd. has become a world-renowned catering enterprise. Over the years, Haidilao has successfully forged a quality hot pot brand which has earned a reputation for itself. Haidilao combines kinds of characteristics of hot pot in many places of China. As a large-scale chain catering enterprise with operations all over the world, Haidilao adheres to integrity in business. It gives the highest priority to continuously improving the quality and safety of its food products, providing more thoughtful services to its customers while delivering healthier, safer and more nutritious food.
The London Trocadero was an entertainment complex on Coventry Street, with a rear entrance in Shaftesbury Avenue, London. It was originally built in 1896 as a restaurant, which closed in 1965. In 1984, the complex reopened as an exhibition and entertainment space, which operated until 2014. Part of the building was opened as a hotel in 2020.