Home office design.
Lawson Robb has been featured in the Interior Design Yearbook 2017 with a trend feature on home office design. For Lawson Robb, their client’s understanding of home office design varies significantly with some being very knowledgeable and specific to others who need to brainstorm ideas. Lawson Robb has experience in designing a range of home offices from a members’ club style office to working an office into a small space. Lawson Robb’s take away advice is to have fun with designing an office space through playing with materials and incorporating artwork.
Dare to Dream.
The Sunday Times asked top architects, decorators and interior designers what they would do if they had £10,000 to spend on their home. Lawson Robb featured as one of The Sunday Times selected interior designers and championed repainting and changing the colour scheme in your home, as this will give the biggest visual feeling of change. Being brave with colour in a dining room, snug or library with a French navy or moleskin brown, or Georgian teal, were amongst the colours suggested by the team at Lawson Robb.
The Talent Collective.
Lawson Robb has been profiled alongside Helen Green Design and Rigby & Rigby in Interior Designer Magazine. The article announced that Lawson Robb recently joined Allect International Design Group. The addition of Lawson Robb to Allect’s stable of brands makes it the largest luxury design practice in London.
This article featured in the paper copy of Interior Designer Magazine.
Rigby Group Assembles London’s largest resi design practice.
Lawson Robb joins Helen Green Design and Rigby & Rigby under the Allect International Design Group, part of the £2.4 billion Rigby Group Plc – one of the UK’s most respected family businesses. Allect has been launched to bring together the finest names in architecture, interior and product design and is committed to the quest for excellence. Allect strives to ensure the long-term development of each of its design houses, whilst staying true to their identity, heritage and expertise.