1. South Africa’s most celebrated architect Gawie Fagan at home, in his self-made property overlooking the Atlantic Seaboard, Camps Bay, Capetown. Featuring reclaimed pine boards, wide oak planks, industrial shades and mid century pendant lights

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  2. John Salt in Islington, North London features a bar clad in geometric tiles, reclaimed pine cladding and shelves, chunky pine bar stools and tables, and a custom fitted seating booth. 

     

  3. The Nando’s in Vauxhall, London features a meticulously laid and treated, reclaimed pine, cladded arch. 

     

  4. Jewellery designer, Jessica McCormack’s tastefully restored Victorian house in Mayfair, London features Carpathian oak chevron

     

  5. Brunwick House Cafe in LASSCO in Vauxhall, London features Parquet de Versailles topped tables, Southern Road Burma teak strip, dark stained pine bar cladding and geometric tile console tables

     

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  7. Hostem on Redchurch Street, in Shoreditch was designed by our friends Hannah Plumb and James Russell of JamesPlumb. We supplied the mixed width Georgian pine boards and other elements.

     

  8. Bubbledogs in Fitzrovia, London features reclaimed Back to Back pine cladding and Middlesex Regiment pine flooring.

     

  9. The Rose in Bermondsey, South East London features 9” oak parquet flooring, reclaimed oak panelling and a hall way decorated with lacquered penny pieces. All elements supplied by LASSCO.

     

  10. Chuse Valero's Bar Tozino, Bermondsey, South London features iroko work tops, reclaimed victorian pine cladding and oak panneling. Interior by LASSCO Ropewalk

     

  11. LASSCO was proud to supply many of the elements used to create Casse-Croûte. Including all lighting and furniture, iroko bar tops and reclaimed beech bentwood seating.

    'It’s very French, beautifully bijou — about 25 covers — romantically lit, with red checked tablecloths and a tiny bar heaving with aperitifs et digestifs and a busy charcuterie slicer.' - Grace Dent

     

  12. This home in Paris, belonging to Milk Magazine founder Isis-Colombe Combréas features bleached oak wall cladding, antique Normandy oak table tops and exposed oak beams.

    (via French By Design)

     

  13. Plasterer Michael Allen's New York apartment features exposed brick, oak strip and pine cladding.

    (via Freunde Von Freunden)

     

  14. American and late Victorian grocers and grocery stores. Featuring pine boards and oak boards, mahogany display cabinets and oak cladding.

     

  15. French architect Patrice Bastian’s apartment in the 10th arrondissement, Paris features a mix of original oak chevron and oak parquet, laid lengthways.  

    (Source: freundevonfreunden.com)