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Vision Commercial Kitchens


Full design, planning & supply service Equipment M & E services specification Detailed equipment specification


Installation and full after sales service For a fresh look at commercial kitchens


Following the success of the first phase, Vision were delighted to be appointed once again as the commercial kitchen supplier at the landmark, Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Hyde Park, London. This second phase included the launch of celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal’s first restaurant in London, “Dinner by Heston Blumenthal”.


0844 811 7210


sales@visionck.co.uk www.visionck.co.uk


Turning ideas into reality


memorable night’s sleep The secret of a


Hypnos ‘secretly’ knows that it is a supremely comfortable bed that is at the heart of a truly memorable night’s sleep. With a royally approved reputation for creating the most comfortable beds in the world, Hypnos beds and their sublime comfort can be found in the finest homes, palaces and hotels.


The Rocco Forte Collection Marriott


The Royal Horseguards, London The Montcalm, London


Crowne Plaza InterContinental St. James’s Hotel and Club, London


The Lanesborough, London One Aldwych, London


Gordon Ramsay’s York and Albany, London Skibo Castle, Dornoch, Scotland The Landmark, London


Represented by Altfield Limited


2/22 Chelsea Harbour Design Centre Lots Road, London SW10 0XE


T: +44 (0) 1159 732180 | E: contract@hypnosbeds.com www.hypnosbeds.com


Tel 020 7351 5893 Fax 020 7376 5667 enquiries@altfield.com www.altfield.com


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Finesse


A unique leather from


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