Traditional awnings with Junction covers
Fitting junction covers to Deans Traditional Awnings, when installed in multiple units, is the craftsman’s way of ensuring continuous cover to patrons socialising outside in fair or less fair weather. These six Deans Traditional Awnings which we have installed on the sophisticated 108 Brasserie on Welbeck Street, Marylebone, have all been manufactured in the Deans Traditional way with environmentally harvested hard woods coated to a high standard of finish with water based stains or paint. We take the supply of our timber very seriously and our insistence on FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) suppliers as our source of timber ensures that all materials meet the PEFC (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) requirements. Steel component parts are powder coated for maximum weather resistance. The main awning cover and valance have been branded using our bespoke RAGS® graphic application process which ensure fine detail logos and long lasting coverage.
Set in the heart of Marylebone, 108 Brasserie, houses two distinctive areas; the bar, a chic and sophisticated drinking and dining area and the brassiere’s dining space, where its modern global dishes take centre stage. The Brasserie has a brand new menu which takes inspiration from culinary delights from across the globe focussing on light, fresh and healthy dishes; where seasonal produce is the order of the day.
Welbeck Street has an interesting history. James Maclaine was once a grocer on Welbeck Street. However he became better known “Captain” James Maclaine ( (1724 – 3 October 1750) a notorious highwayman with his accomplice William Plunkett. He was known as the “Gentleman Highwayman” as a result of his courteous behaviour during his robberies. He famously robbed Horace Walpole. All things must end, however and he finally met his end, in fact right at the end – of the hangman’s rope at Tyburn.