The London-based, world leading, fine and historic automobile dealership Fiskens has a new look at its Kensington showrooms.

Over the past few months there has been a genuine feeling of restoration and reconstruction at Fiskens, with projects to both the inside and outside of the company’s Queens Gate Place Mews home.

The Mews itself has just seen an 18-month process of re-cobbling come to an end to return the prestigious London address to its original splendour, whilst Fiskens’ showrooms have also seen an exciting renovation project. A transformation has taken place in their primary showroom to create an exciting new display area to exhibit their fabulous array of stock. Without straying away from the original historic Mews garage specification, the design incorporates old and new, using special lighting effects which enable individual cars to be showcased in their full glory.

Office manager James Mitchell, who has diligently overseen the project said, “When dealing with such prestigious cars it is important to have the right environment to ensure they are viewed in their best light. The new showroom achieves this and has raised the level of quality in the way in which we are able to present our stock.”

Meanwhile, Fiskens are gearing up for one of their most important events of the classic motorsport calendar this weekend, the Goodwood Revival. All the team will be in attendance at the spectacular event, with Managing Director Gregor Fisken and Showroom Assistant Joe Twyman both competing behind-the-wheel. Gregor will pilot a Porsche 904 in the Fordwater Trophy whilst Joe will drive a Lotus XI in the Madgwick Cup.

If you’re interested in purchasing, or commissioning the sale of, an historic automobile then please make a visit to the new-look Fiskens showrooms to enjoy their current stock of beautiful cars. Anyone attending the Goodwood Revival this weekend is also welcome to visit the new showrooms.

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Photograph courtesy of Tim Scott