Rigby & Rigby x Interior iD – Part of The Lanserring Group
Rigby & Rigby have continued their ongoing partnership with The Lanserring Group as design continues for Lancelot House, the 17,000sqft mansion in Knightsbridge, which is set to become the beacon development in the heart of Knightsbridge.
The LANSERRING Groups attention to detail alongside their quality & craftsmanship is perfectly aligned to Rigby & Rigby’s ethos and has been at the forefront of the success of the brands partnership this far.
James Ashfield, Studio Director of Interior Design states:
‘We are very thankful to be working with Bernd, Alex and the team at The Lanserring Group on this prestigious landmark project. Our efforts over the past five years are now culminating into a refined physical product and we’re both delighted and confident this dream will be realised with one of the finest craftmanship companies.’
INTERIOR-iD are premium joinery specialists who engineer, manufacture and install the world’s finest solutions in cabinetry for the most exceptional homes. Established by two brothers Bernd and Johann Radaschitz, the fourth generation of an Austrian family working as cabinet makers since 1923, INTERIOR-iD continue to consolidate its reputation for delivering bespoke fitted interiors to the most demanding of projects.
INTERIOR-iD is part of The LANSERRING Group, combining high-end technology with traditional craft skills and a long-standing family history of cabinetry excellence, priding themselves on engineering, quality and reliability.
Their unique interiors can be seen in bespoke kitchens, dressing rooms, bathrooms and prestigious rooms worldwide, featuring an array of exquisite cutting-edge materials and surfaces, including metals, leather, timber, stone, leaf gilding and more, with everything custom-made in their family-owned workshops in Austria.
In parallel to Rigby & Rigby, the LANSERRING Group is formed by a family business, where sustainability naturally underpins thinking and planning. Above their Workshop roof, solar panels produce more energy than they use in the summer months. They store this energy for use in winter to supplement the manufacturing-waste-derived briquettes used to power the boilers, reducing their carbon footprint year-round. Inside the workshop, they work with almost exclusively natural materials: FSC certified sustainable timber, marble quarried to order, recycled brass and Low VOC paints using natural ingredients.
The completion of Lancelot House is set to be at the end of 2022 where the final installation of this exquisite joinery can be seen.