Category Archives: LASSCO History
4th September 2020
“There is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; neither hid, that shall not be known.”
28th April 2020
JAMES MORTIMER 23rd October 1930 – 20th April 2020 A long standing friend of LASSCO, we first got to know James when he came to St Michael’s Shoreditch to take some…
25th March 2020
Greetings and good health to all our friends, customers, colleagues and suppliers. In these unusual and rather worrying times, LASSCO has had to limit access to our fabulous shops, and…
13th May 2019
As so often here at Brunswick House, an upcoming event of ineffable modernity reminds us of things past – usually more decorous.
28th November 2018
LASSCO bids a fond farewell to another big beast of the Victorian public house interior.
30th October 2018
The origins of LASSCO (The London Architectural Salvage & Supply Company) can be traced way back through “Geo. Amos & Son” – a cabinet makers in the East End –…
4th October 2018
The busy square outside the Bank of England – “Bank Junction” – is a meeting place of ancient arterial routes at the heart of The City of London; it is…
12th July 2018
On 18th July we welcome Stephen Calloway for his talk ‘Inside – Outside; the Architectural Interior’. Ranging widely in time and location Stephen will consider the long and varied use…
18th May 2018
On Wednesday the 23rd May we welcome Jeremy Musson who will examine the work and legacy of Robert Adam in his lecture ‘Adam and the Art of Elegance’.
8th March 2018
LASSCO has salvaged a large stock of Edwardian Baltic Pine from a site with a history stretching back to 200 A.D.