About This Project
Cheval Group maintains elegant premises and accommodation in the heart of London and commissioned Landmark to produce external and internal signage to complement its brand.
Brushed stainless steel was chosen to portray the horse (cheval in French) in all its vitality, along with external and internal signage. Discreet plaques announce Cheval’s management while attractive directories announce the business identities to visitors.
All in all, this was a very prestigious project in an understated yet luxurious location.
When King Richard 1 passed through Melton Mowbray in 1194 history doesn’t record whether he had any difficulties finding his way around. The fact that 11 of the 14 Plantagenet kings also visited the town suggest that the visit must have been a success.
What a remarkable place this is! One of the main entrances is unobtrusively set between houses and a council waste site but a short walk brings you out on a beautiful south west facing chalk bank with long ranging views across the valley.
Eastbrookend Country Park is an 84 hectare oasis along with The Chase Nature Reserve, Beam Valley Country Park and Beam Parklands.
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