The Troxy is a Grade II listed art deco building currently used as a theatre and concert venue in the East End borough of Tower Hamlets, London. It originally opened in 1933 as a grand cinema, designed by George Coles, the architect of many art deco cinemas in London.
Brintons worked closely with the Troxy to develop carpets for the Grand Hall and Entrance Foyer. A design from the Stacy Garcia Speakeasy collection was chosen to complement the design period of the property. Speakeasy brings the crisp symmetry and industrial angles of art deco to life and draws inspiration from the roaring twenties which were characterised by decorative elegance and refined glamour.
From initial talks it was clear to us that Brintons shone above their competitors in terms of service. The team have been insightful, patient, professional and efficient at every stage of the process. We’re delighted with the results and continuing aftercare, and have no reservations in recommending them to anyone else looking to install a carpet on a large scale.
Business Development Manager, Troxy
|Project name||Troxy, London|
|Project details||Stacy Garcia, Speakeasy collection 1/N3009SG, 2034 M² of Axminster|
|Project date||March 2013|