Rigby & Rigby noted for “classical chic meets contemporary panache” in Lux magazine profile
In an extensive profile in this month’s Lux magazine, Rigby and Rigby Lead Director Iain Johnson talks about the firm’s reputation for creating fabulous residences and stunning commercial spaces in some of the world’s most coveted postcodes. In the piece, writers Rob Smalley and Ben Nicholson praise Rigby and Rigby’s blend of ‘classical chic’ and ‘contemporary panache’ – highlighting some of the firm’s most striking projects, including a state-of-the-art glass car lift, in which the owner’s luxury vehicle is showcased as a work of art and an elegant, period Mayfair penthouse – marrying heritage assets with contemporary design.
LUX is the global luxury magazine for the top “zero point one percent” of global lifestyle opinion formers. The magazine’s readership includes CEOs of global businesses, luxury sector owners, designers, entrepreneurs, and creative directors, as well as journalists and editors from luxury publications around the world. The magazine looks at the latest trends in hard and soft luxury, retail, art, entertainment, property, design and travel, and collectibles for ultra-high-net-worth individuals.
The article covers the diversity of talent within the Rigby and Rigby team – which includes an award-winning RIBA architectural studio, interior architects and designers, a construction team and aftercare service – and the benefits this affords clients. “Having all these diverse skills and specialisms under one roof means that there is a single point of contact for our ultra-high-net-worth clients, offering them a seamless service which also saves them both time and money,” comments Iain Johnson. “Our projects don’t stay on the drawing board for too long,” he concludes. “This is the beauty of the practice, we engage quickly and efficiently and what we do, we do with integrity. Rigby & Rigby doesn’t ‘develop properties’ or ‘deliver projects’; we create homes.”