Category Archives: bars
28 November 2018
LASSCO bids a fond farewell to another big beast of the Victorian public house interior.
19 September 2015
‘LASSCO Works’ presented by LASSCO Ropewalk – a photographic exhibition of interiors created by LASSCO customers, 2012 -2105, as part of the London Design Festival 2015. On now until Sunday, 27th September. ‘What makes this especially interesting’, to quote Thornton Kay of SALVO, ‘is that most of the stock not only looks reclaimed and...
12 February 2015
We are delighted to invite all-comers to our first annual Beer Festival. We’ll start pouring at 11am on the Friday and keep going until 8pm on the Sunday – or until the beer runs out! Please come and join us. On Saturday evening, as you work your way through our Ale Menu with tasting...
10 October 2014
Hurry on along to our Bermondsey shop to get these meat posters before Tom Kerridge and his team do! You can see others he’s sourced from LASSCO Ropewalk at his pub in Marlow, The Hand & Flowers. The only pub in the UK to have two Michelin stars. These 1960s posters which are framed and ready to hang,...
8 August 2014
Stepney Way Beam Pine is LASSCO shorthand for remilled Principal Joists salvaged from mid 19th Century London commercial buildings. Our first batch came from Stepney Way in the eponymous East End parish. These were large cross section timbers resawn in our sawmills to yield superb and characterful wide boards. The vast majority of pine used in...
27 June 2014
It’s all going on under the overground! Where Keira Knightley is a fan of the ham! Bar Tozino featured in the recent Arch Rivals article in London’s Evening Standard magazine. Chuse Valero and Zac Fingal at the counter. Open Wednesdays – Sundays. http://www.bartozino.com/ http://www.maltby.st/
17 March 2014
Adrian Amos, owns architectural salvage company LASSCO. The company’s headquarters, an 18th-century villa overlooking Vauxhall roundabout, was once the seat of the Duke of Brunswick but today it houses everything from salvaged crystal chandeliers and radiators to Victorian hooks and handles. It’s also next door to chef Jackson Boxer’s first venture, the Brunswick...
25 February 2014
LASSCO, renowned for providing the world’s top designers, architects and private clients with an unparalleled range of architectural salvage and curiosity also offers a wide range of food and refreshments at each of our three shops, 7 days a week. Every week-end in Bermondsey, next to LASSCO Ropewalk, Maltby Street Market springs into life. The railway arches bristle...
18 February 2014
Congratulations to Noelia and her team. LASSCO Ropewalk fitted out the interior which includes Iroko work tops, reclaimed pine cladding and oak panelling. To get this look please talk to Nick, George or Alec at the Bermondsey shop. http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/c40f9e88-8ec3-11e3-b6f1-00144feab7de.html#axzz2tcJfvNKr
17 December 2013
Edward Madden and James Ngu, of Brunswick House and Chelsea Harbour respectively, have now taken the reins at The Three Pigeons and are rolling out a seven day renaissance of our village pub and historic coaching inn. The ancient cellars, once again, keep the locally brewed craft beers (Shotover, Vale Brewery and XT) in excellent condition;...
27 August 2013
Miranda York has written a glowing review of Bar Tozino, a tapas bar you can find inside one of our arches, on LASSCO Ropewalk. The LASSCO team were on hand to design the interior and supply all the architectural elements used. More of a jamón bodega than a tapas joint, Bar Tozino is the kind of neighbourhood spot...