Traditional and contemporary pub awnings
Renowned the world over, the great British pub is not just a place to drink beer, wine, cider or even something a little bit stronger. It is also a unique social centre, very often the focus of community life in villages, towns and cities throughout the length and breadth of the country. The British pub is immediately recognisable by its adherence to Historical architecture and traditional British decoration including the use of the Victorian awning as developed by Deans in the late 19th Century.
Today, Deans install these traditional awnings to pubs all over the UK from the smallest village Free house to major chains such as Greene King, Mitchells and Butlers and Youngs Brewery.
An important element of these traditional awnings installed to pubs is often the branding which can be of basic traditional text or of complex branding logos which we design and apply using our unique RAGS® Graphic CAD process. By this means we can replicate client logos in the finest detail and in limitless colourways.
In addition to traditional style pubs we also cater for the more modern, so-called, gastro pubs which, whilst taking a nod towards the historic look, meet the requirement for a more contemporary pseudo traditional style. These awnings, such as the Greenwich and Marlesbury®, echo the heritage of the traditional British pub whilst utilising modern materials which can include sophisticated automatic operation with climate control response.
The images accompanying this article reflect the many and varied styles of pub awnings we produce and our installation service extends countrywide.
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