Category Archives: Salvaged parquet flooring
24 November 2015
Some recent press, including quotes by Ferrous Auger from LASSCO Brunswick House in Vauxhall. Featured: Ruth Caven’s article ‘Elevator Gates’ in the FT’s ‘How to Spend It’, Bethan John’s pick of Clocks and Maggie Stevenson’s’ 7 Steps to Picking the Perfect Fireplace’ in Homes & Antiques. Also an earlier piece, written and styled by Ruth Sleightholme for House & Garden using reclaimed timbers from our Bermondsey shop, LASSCO Ropewalk for both flooring...
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...
9 February 2015
This is just one of Damian Foxe’s beautifully photographed and art directed images in the current FT ‘how to spend it’ magazine. Featuring LASSCO’s reclaimed pine tables with tapered legs & other selected pieces. For more information or to place an order please email: email@example.com or call 020 7501 7780. See the full article: http://howtospendit.ft.com/style/75851-denim-fashion ...
26 January 2015
In keeping with the current gin craze LASSCO has just taken delivery of over 200 sq m of wide reclaimed pine from a Scottish gin distillery. More sobering but no less exciting newly arrived stock is this Pitch Pine Strip, reclaimed from a school in Hertfordshire with an amazing natural patina. Ready to be laid, (does not...
1 September 2014
Timber cladding (also referred to as wall boarding & wall cladding ) is seen repeatedly worldwide on both residential and commercial buildings of all shapes and sizes and design aesthetics. Some are rustic, some are planed to within an inch of their life and are very precise and contemporary. But timber cladding does not have to...
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...
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...
3 March 2014
From April’s H & A magazine, featuring LASSCO Ropewalk and Georgia Dorey who’s set up our new textile department. Words: Alice Hancock Photograph: Lydia Evans
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
7 February 2014
Oilcloth, dogbeds, costume, quilts, haberdashery, rope, damask, moquette, flags & bunting, hessian, lace, linen, hides, prints, rugs, cushions – remnants & reclaimed – all now sold at LASSCO Ropewalk. Aprons (as worn in image below), smocks, cushions and dogbeds made on site by Georgia Dorey (pictured). Most popular items currently are the sailor smocks ( made...
23 October 2013
Have a look at the article about Jessica McCormack’s fabulous new shop in Mayfair featured in the October 2013 issue of World of Interiors. At LASSCO Three Pigeons we worked hard to get just the required look and finish, bringing in the oak from our salvage sources on the Continent. The finished floor looks really smart. Jessica McCormack has...