SQ2 recessed commercial awnings at Spitalfields
Recessed SQ2 commercial awnings are the smartest awning solution when your up market city venue is having a complete shop front refurbishment. The Deans SQ2 recessed commercial awning is unique amongst similar products in that the front profile has been designed to merge completely with the shopfront facia. With this type of bespoke recessed installation, usually involving a site contractor, it is a good idea to involve the Deans Design Team at an early stage to ensure a sufficient substrate is available for a recessed SQ2 commercial awning.
The Deans SQ2 recessed commercial awning is unique amongst similar products in that the front profile has been designed to merge completely with the shopfront facia. No other recessed commercial achieves this feat as, when retracted, other recessed awning front profiles will untidily stand proud of the shop front. In this example at the latest Malin + Goetz outlet in London’s Spitalfields the awning fabric has been decorated through the means of our bespoke RAGS® graphics system with the distinctive client text logo.
Matthew Malin and Andrew Goetz first opened their Chelsea flagship store in March 2004 the latest outlet is here in Spitalfields. The stores, while modern in every way, are reminiscent of traditional neighbourhood apothecaries: brimming with activity, wonderful treatments and great customer service. Today their portfolio of apothecaries has expanded from New York to Los Angeles, San Francisco, London and Hong Kong while distribution to luxury retailers and hotel, airline and gym amenity partners continues to grow globally. https://www.malinandgoetz.co.uk/
Spitalfields is a vibrant East End of London area, home to creative people such as artists and writers, and has a large Bangladeshi community. Brick Lane is lined with curry houses but the area is also known for street art, unusual shops, and modern bars. Victorian Spitalfields Market sells crafts and fashion, and nearby restaurants cater for hungry lunchtime City workers. The 18th-century Christ Church Spitalfields hosts concerts and art exhibitions.