Lawson Robb Features in Great British Brands 2020
Lawson Robb, alongside Allect’s stable of brands, Helen Green Design and Rigby & Rigby has featured in Great British Brands’ 2020 Edition. “The Optimism Issue” focusses on the top British companies who are a force to be reckoned with.
Great British Brands profiles Allect and its brands. Discussing Lawson Robb, the article says:
“Lawson Robb began life in 2003 in a small studio on Chelsea’s Lots Road. Since those far-off days it has prospered and expanded mightily, forging a reputation as a multi-disciplinary practice with a reputation for pushing the boundaries of design for private commissions, super-prime developments and superyachts. Lawson Robb does not have a signature style as it aims to produce one-off solutions that answer the individual requirements of each client, favouring art-led, contemporary design.
Lawson Robb’s portfolio includes luxurious penthouses, show apartments for prestigious developers and private residences in Europe, the USA and the Middle East. In early 2020, the practice will finish work on a large, lateral apartment in Mayfair, overlooking Hyde Park. The interior has been designed to complement the views of the park and to enhance the calm and serenity which nature brings amid the city’s bustle.
The practice has also forged a reputation as a designer of yacht interiors and is now working on its most important maritime commission to date, the superyacht Phi. Lawson Robb is responsible for the design of the interior spaces of the 55–60 metre vessel which is now under construction in the Royal Huisman shipyard in Amsterdam. It will be unveiled at the 2021 Monaco Yacht Show. Lawson Robb’s designs incorporate themes from astronomy and the solar system intended to challenge our ideas about the world in which we live.”
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