Sustaining Bath’s Heritage
We are proud to announce the expansion of our Cotswold based reclamation operation to historic Walcot Yard premises in Bath.
MASCo brings to Bath 30 years of expertise in design and building conservation and a rock solid reputation for sensitive deconstruction. Taking over the landmark shop at 108, Walcot Street in the artisan district of the city, MASCo will showcase and sell unique artifacts for garden and home as well as supplying original architectural antiques and traditional building materials.
What will MASCo bring to WALCOT?
The acquisition of this internationally recognised site means that reclamation will once again become synonymous with its distinctive Walcot Street venue. Homeowners, builders, designers and architects alike will be treated to MASCo’s inimitable sense of style, scale, history and occasion. The new MASCo shop and showrooms will complement the long-established and larger sister site near Stroud, Gloucestershire. The same outstanding product quality, specialist knowledge and advice will be on offer, and with the added benefits of city centre accessibility.
MASCo’s founding director and renowned Sustainability Consultant Steve Tomlin recognises the huge potential of the Walcot Street site:
“Walcot is MASCo’s opportunity to become Britain’s largest architectural salvage company. We will play an active part in Bath’s future development and Walcot Yard will become a centre of excellence for Design and Architecture. Equally important to us is the ongoing sustainability debate which will be given new impetus by bringing reclamation back to Bath.”
MASCo at WALCOT opens at 9am Saturday 1st May 2010
Steve Tomlin is available for interview. 01285 760886
walcot.com coming soon!