Location: 64 Charlotte Street, London
Job: Victorian Awnings
This installation is another example of the popular Victorian Awning. Radiant Blinds fitted these in central London for Restaurant Kazu. The customer chose a blue acrylic material for the covers and matching valances. These were then handpainted with the Kazu logo and name. Radiant Blinds has been fitting these Victorian Awnings for many years. They still use methods and practices from the early days combined with new ideas and concepts. These Victorian Awnings or Traditional Awnings as they are sometimes known, are made in their factory. The client selects the fabric colour from a wide range of plain and patterned materials. They can also choose the colour finish for the boxing, lath, arms and parts. If the customer would like signwriting on the covers or valances, they can discuss this with the company’s representative. Some customers choose to have their logo painted on the cover whist others prefer the company name or wording to advertise their business. Once the awning has been manufactured, the fitting team take over and make sure the installation is carried out satisfactorily. Radiant’s staff have years of experience in the blind trade and take pride in producing quality products.
Kazu is a Japanese restaurant in London. The word Kazu means ‘Peace and Harmony’ in Japanese so their clients can expect ‘calm and peaceful environment’. Kazu has a wonderful menu served Monday – Saturday, lunch and dinner. They use quality ingredients to produce an extensive menu. You can view their menu and see some great photos of the food they produce on their website www.kazurestaurants.com
Kazu is in London’s Fitzrovia near the West End. It was named after the Fitzroy Tavern on Charlotte Street and is now a diverse area of residential, business, educational and healthcare establishments. The nearest tube stations are Great Portland Street, Warren Street, Euston Square, Goodge Street, Tottenham Court Road and Oxford Circus.