Isabel Greenwich awnings

New awnings to Isabel restaurant in Mayfair

16 Jun 2017

This fabulous job at the new  Isabel restaurant on Albemarle Street, Mayfair,  features a combination of Morco products. Both the  Greenwich awnings and the bespoke Bullnose canopy are covered in  a striking  lemon fabric with special edging, and a subtle logo graphic, picked out in blue. The Greenwich awnings also feature brass finials to the ends of the front profiles to continue the sophisticated look which this location demands. Our unique Greenwich awning has a traditional look but is made with modern materials which makes it robust and virtually maintenance free.

Isabel is the latest restaurant-bar-club to bringing some new action to Albemarle Street. Isabel opened recently  and has all the ingredients required for a hot spot: The location is ideal, the food is delectable, and it’s also really attractive. Colombian designer, Johanna Ortiz, has designed the custom-made the waiting staff outfits, and they look terrific. Inside the look has  Chinoiserie and Art Deco influences in every corner, from the custom jewel toned carpets to the 300 polished brass lamps designed, it is said, to enhance skin tones.  The mirrored ebony bar is anchored by four trees, which gives it a forest like experience in which  to  enjoy your drink. Also take adnavtage of the restrooms—each one features a unique hand-painted wallpaper of tropical flamingoes or Korean peonies from de Gournay; we understand that Santa Cruz helped design each pattern.

Albemarle Street is a street in Mayfair in central London, off Piccadilly. It has historic associations with Lord Byron, whose publisher John Murray was based here, and Oscar Wilde, a member of the Albemarle Club, where an insult he received led to his suing for libel and to his eventual imprisonment. 

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