Category Archives: LASSCO Flooring
11 November 2020
We study the interiors of Eltham Palace to seek out the method behind the elusive genius of Peter Malacrita and invite our customers to 'take the look home'.
5 October 2020
The LASSCO Ropewalk yard is closed for business from October 22nd when our flooring yard and showroom will be moving to Brunswick House.
9 September 2020
Sale reclaimed parquet There are clearance prices on all ‘job-lots’ at LASSCO Ropewalk this Autumn. When large batches of timber are broken up into smaller quantities and sold the smallest remaining amounts aren’t always enough to cover a whole house. Often they’re only suitable for smaller areas like a boot room, kitchen or hallway. These...
4 September 2020
“There is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; neither hid, that shall not be known.”
4 June 2020
On Monday 15th June 2020: LASSCO re-opens. During the Lockdown we haven’t stopped trading; our skeleton team has enjoyed making fantastic deals throughout the last few weeks, selling remotely via our website. The astute have grabbed glorious bargains in a Lockdown Clearance section of the website (it continues for now but don’t miss it). We...
25 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 now, as part of the nationwide effort to disable the Corona virus we have, for the time being, closed them entirely. It all feels very...
23 October 2019
The Aesop brand has been a driving force behind the increase in Londoner’s expectations of the retail experience over the past five years. They’ve worked with so many world class architects and interior designers that by now, if you follow interior design blogs, you’d be forgiven for feeling like you haven’t missed a single Aesop...
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...
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...
7 February 2019
The importance of Native forests The stewardship of woodlands and forests is of crucial importance to ecosystems globally. Over-exploitation, illegal logging and lax environmental standards have contributed to a worldwide decline in biodiversity in both flora and fauna. Well managed forests are home to countless rare and precious plants and animals which depend on such...
28 November 2018
LASSCO bids a fond farewell to another big beast of the Victorian public house interior.
30 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 – to sawyers at Spilmersford Mill on the Tyne in East Lothian in Georgian times. It was in the 1970’s that Adrian Amos saw the opportunity...