Frontline victorian

Victorian awnings at Frontline

19 Jul 2017

These  Victorian Awnings® have been installed at the exclusive Frontline Club in Norfolk Place, London. The fabric covers to these awnings is in a subdued charcoal grey hue with graphics picked out in gold to emphasise the traditional nature of the establishment. Complimenting  the traditional Victorian awnings are a series of three bespoke RIB® canopies also in the same charcoal grey, but this time without graphics

The Frontline Club is a gathering place for journalists, photographers and other likeminded people interested in international affairs and independent journalism. The Frontline Restaurant offers the best in British cuisine with many ingredients provided by the owner's farm in Ellingham, Norfolk. The Frontline Restaurant is decorated with some of the most iconic photographs of the 20th century, put together by picture editor John Morris (Magnum). All restaurant profits support the Frontline Club Charitable Trust and its event programme.

Norfolk Street was built on land once occupied by Arundel House and its gardens, the property of the Howard family, Dukes of Norfolk. Norfolk Street and its neighbouring streets, Arundel, Howard, and Surrey, were all built after Arundel House was demolished by the earl of Arundel in 1678.The Norfolk Street tube station was planned for the street in 1902, but never built. Norfolk Street and Howard Street were demolished in the 1970s in order to build Arundel Great Court which was itself sold for redevelopment in 2012.

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