29 July 2019
Ropewalk Concessions Since mid July LASSCO Ropewalk has begun to introduce a range of carefully selected pop-ups to our arch, No. 37 Maltby Street. The concessions will focus on a slower, more sustainable approach to retail in which the focus is quality, use of materials and Made In England where-ever possible. Introducing… Forest...
8 July 2019
Specialists Pick Occasionally our specialists will be asked to recommend to our customers the best of the best, from timber cladding to fine silver. Wood expert, Harry Amos highlights his personal preference when it comes to variance within the most sought after flooring material in Great Britain: Wide, antique timber. Georgian Pine Harry Amos reflects...
5 July 2019
Ropewalk Concessions From mid July LASSCO Ropewalk will begin to introduce a range of carefully selected pop-ups to our arch, No. 37 Maltby Street. The concessions will focus on a slower, more sustainable approach to retail in which the focus is quality, use of materials and Made In England where-ever possible. All created to last...
24 June 2019
Wavy, pink, white brass A LASSCO architectural salvage runner has revealed to us that he has in his possession a shining example of London’s Modernist past that was believed to be lost over a decade ago. The complete facade, excluding Swedish Black granite, made up Gainsborough and Everyman House. The reclaimed material in question...
11 June 2019
Join Simon Willcox of Locker & Riley as they analyse the detailed work that goes into this historic architectural practise. Decorative Plasterwork – Yesterday and Today.
23 May 2019
All images courtesy of David Barbour and Dwell Magazine. Shock of the New Adapting period buildings to meet the demands of modern life is always going to require a delicate touch. The vexed question of the most sympathetic way in which to manage the development of historic buildings divides the architectural world in...
22 May 2019
Monday the 27th of May is Spring Bank Holiday in the UK. Our opening hours are as follows: LASSCO Three Pigeons – Oxfordshire Saturday 25th May: Open as usual 9am to 5pm Sunday 26th May: Closed as usual Bank Holiday Monday 27th May: Closed LASSCO Brunswick House – Vauxhall Saturday 25th...
10 May 2019
Credit: Richard Cave Harry Triggs andAndrew Molyneux of TM Lighting: Modern Lighting Techniques in Heritage Settings
5 April 2019
First seen at Venice Biennale 2018 Barely four years ago architectural collective Assemble scooped the Turner prize by blurring the boundaries between Art and Architecture. In that time they have developed a cohesive style and output defined by reuse, experimentation and a fresh take on conventional manufacturing practices that has resulted in radical new...
22 March 2019
Marble has long been synonymous with opulent interiors however incorporating antique marble into your home needn’t break the bank.
12 March 2019
Join the paint expert and interior designer, Edward Bulmer at Brunswick House this Wednesday 13th March, where he will give an enlightening talk on what constitutes traditional colour, its uses and the benefits of getting it right.
13 February 2019
Final tickets are available for our second Salon Wednesday of the Year taking place on the 20th of February 2019. Author and historic paint consultant Patrick Baty provides a colourful look at how to go bold with paint in period homes while respecting the past.