Our New York Kitchen Gallery
LANSERRING design responds to the sights, sounds and spirit of Manhattan.
Our new address in the US is 1-3 Crosby Street. Email or call us at email@example.com or +1 21 24613664 to make a viewing appointment and to meet the team.
Custom design, custom craftsmanship: each entry in our portfolio tells its own story about the tastes and lifestyle of our clients. How do you want to live?
The LANSERRING community is a platform offering access to world-class craftsmanship from Austria and design ingenuity from London and we’ve just opened our doors in New York. We are excited to make our mark on this wild, wonderful city.
The Art of Sourdough Baking
The choice to centre breadmaking in our new Celandine Manor collection was affectionate and deliberate. In conversation with clients, friends and colleagues, we’ve discovered a shared pursuit of homely rituals. In the time that we’ve been sequestered at home, and family spaces have become crowded and dynamic, peaceful practices offer moments of stillness and mindfulness. For many of us, making sourdough has become a pillar of stability in a strange time.
Sourdough is the oldest method of making leavened bread: its origins can be traced back to ancient Egypt. Prior to their civilization – as early as the neolithic period – our ancestors had been making and eating flat breads. The first person to discover fermentation must have felt a sense of the divine: the loaf is transformed, given a lighter composition with an unctuous, complex flavour.
The original recipe for sourdough is wonderfully simple and remains unchanged over the millenia. It begins with a starter: a mixture of flour, water and a little sugar. Lactic acid from human hands and wild yeasts from the air settle into the mix and after a few days, fermentation brings the starter to life. Making sourdough is a symbiotic life-giving process. Treated with respect, a sourdough starter can feed families over many years. It can be shared with family and friends and passed down generations.
We are often told that meditation offers myriad mental health benefits which in turn have the power to transform our physical health and holistic wellbeing – and yet we are instinctually resistant to mindfulness practices. Our minds dance away from us when we attempt to wrest control over chaotic thoughts. However, in conversation with fellow sourdough makers about mindfulness, we realised that few of us knew what it would become for us. At first, we may have just wanted to make a loaf of bread and only later did we realise we have developed a mindfulness practice.
Baking a loaf requires the use of all your senses. A baker works with living microorganisms – they need to respond to texture, tension, scent and even sound. To create beautiful sourdough, a baker needs to be wholly present and connected with the dough. It is a sensuous, subtle and powerful experience.
Our Celandine Manor installation honours the rewarding, soothing practice of breadmaking, which, for many members of our community, has been the antidote to mental health challenges in lockdown. We are grateful to be a part of this great tradition, which has seen mankind through many a strange time.
The breadmaking island in the Celandine Manor collection is made from solid marble, into which deep bevels have been cut, giving the installation a sense of solidity and gravitas, while still feeling contemporary and clean. Reeding along the length of the island brings relief to the natural patterning of the marble and echoes the same rhythmic principles at work in the traditional panelling. A recess runs along the worktop, allowing flour to be easily swept down into the sink.
We are delighted to announce that LANSERRING is coming to New York.
New York has been part of our vision for LANSERRING from its inception. From our headquarters in London, we have achieved a global brand reputation within the luxury property industry but our New York showroom will allow our American friends and clients to experience our latest designs closer to home.
LANSERRING unites the world’s greatest design talent with best-in-class craftsmanship. We are currently working on projects on every continent. Our international community has been the making of us, and we look forward to strengthening those relationships with this next chapter in our story.
The LANSERRING New York showroom will open in Summer 2021.
Introducing the new LANSERRING hallmark: a symbol of our pride, the final flourish of our brush on the canvas. Originally inspired by a topographical map of Riegersburg, our final design honours the natural grain of raw wood and amorphous veining of marble.
A LANSERRING kitchen is the embodiment of the passion of our designers and devotion of our craftsmen. It is our pleasure to put our signature on such a piece of work.
A Story of Two Halves
In a LANSERRING Interview Series Special, we are delighted to present ‘A Story of Two Halves’, a new interview with the founders of LANSERRING, Bernd and Johann Radaschitz.
Before LANSERRING, there was INTERIOR-iD. The Radaschitz’s first business helped them make their names in luxury design through fine craftsmanship. Now part of The LANSERRING Group, INTERIOR-iD continues to serve internationally renowned designers and property developers while the newer LANSERRING brand unites established crafting excellence with specialist in-house design talent and a striking signature aesthetic.
With a focus on kitchens, the design-led LANSERRING label has set a new standard in contemporary luxury for discerning clients across the globe. Every LANSERRING creation is a complete custom build, weaving a narrative about the taste and lifestyle of the client. The end result embodies the LANSERRING spirit but feels completely new and personal. In Bernd Radaschitz’s words, LANSERRING creates handmade stories.
‘A Story of Two Halves’ touches on Bernd and Johann’s childhood living above the family workshops in Riegersburg and explores their fraternal equilibrium before tracing their path towards starting LANSERRING together.
LANSERRING Dressing Room
A bespoke LANSERRING Dressing Room is the most luxurious and intimate space in your home. It is the inner sanctum: a mysterious, elegant gallery of the many versions of yourself.
By introducing the LANSERRING Dressing Room product and service, we meet a growing demand to bring our emotional design thinking and exceptional attention to detail to the dressing spaces of clients around the world. LANSERRING designs are works of art made to be lived in; they are deeply personal, with every component designed and crafted bespoke; they tell a story about the individual. In this vein, the dressing room feels like a natural space for us to enter: a space that celebrates the individual in all their variety and complexity.
In the morning, you enter your dressing room and the natural earthy perfume of the rich timber panelling makes you feel grounded and welcomed into the day. To your side is a velvet upholstered loveseat and subtly concealed coffee and drinks station, where you pause to consider your style and mood for the day. Transforming before your eyes, mirrored walls become transparent crystal as the lights rise in the clothes storage space within. You peruse the neatly arranged clothes: warm merino, pearlescent silk, squishy cashmere and fine cottons, neatly outlined by brass fronted shelving. The perfectly fitted cupboards are temperature-controlled to keep your special vintage collection pristine. An integrated sound system plays your custom dressing room playlist. This is an organised, sleek, confident space, designed with you in mind at each step. Every feature was made bespoke and the colour palette has been finely tuned to your home and your style. Here in your inner sanctum, you transform, emerging renewed, self-assured and steady.
LANSERRING’s reputation in luxury craftsmanship is undisputed. We have been delivering exquisitely crafted, soulful spaces for nearly a century. In our Riegersburg workshop, we leverage an expert blend of traditional techniques and precision engineering, while our London-based designers specialise in luxury furniture design that augments these capabilities and revels in the sensuality of fine craftsmanship. Our products are intensely personal, richly detailed and utterly flawless. The dressing room presents a wonderful opportunity for the LANSERRING brand to flourish: delivering distinctive, exquisitely crafted transformative spaces. Let us delight you.
LANSERRING INTERVIEW SERIES – Laurie Timpson, Owner Savernake Knives
In celebration of our collaboration, the new episode of the LANSERRING Interview Series features Laurie Timpson of Savernake Knives
Laurie was an officer in the Scots Guards and worked across Africa and Southeast Asia in mine clearance, emergency relief, gold exploration and power generation. Shaped by these experiences, his perspectives on craftsmanship and excellence were fascinating to discuss.
LANSERRING Interview Series – Alex Beaugeard
Alex Beaugeard, our own Director of Design, is the visionary behind LANSERRING’s powerful aesthetic. In the first of a new interview series, Alex shares his background, inspirations and the thinking behind Saltaire, our latest collection.