Category Archives: News
8th 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…
24th 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…
12th June 2019
In 1998 “Salvo News”, the trade newspaper for the Architectural Salvage trade, ran a small piece detailing the plight of a very old chopped-up plaster ceiling – stacked in the…
11th 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.
22nd 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…
13th May 2019
As so often here at Brunswick House, an upcoming event of ineffable modernity reminds us of things past – usually more decorous.
10th May 2019
Credit: Richard Cave Harry Triggs andAndrew Molyneux of TM Lighting: Modern Lighting Techniques in Heritage Settings
5th 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…
22nd March 2019
Marble has long been synonymous with opulent interiors however incorporating antique marble into your home needn’t break the bank.
19th February 2019
At LASSCO Three Pigeons we’ve had all kinds of fun this month salvaging “sectional bookcases” from the library of a Surrey-based Architectural Historian. Over the years, his library had got…