This week we have launched our latest 2014 Collection at the Salone del Mobile, Milano. Visit us at Stand D45, Pavilion 16 where we are presenting designs by Andrea Stemmer, Bec Brittain, Donna Wilson, Faudet-Harrison, Fort Standard, Konstantin Grcic, Lucy Kurrein, Mark McGinnis, Matthew Hilton, Reiko Kaneko and Sarah Kay. We also have new 2014 editions of designs by Jasper Morrison and Terence Woodgate. View the full collection here.
Fiera Milano, Rho
8 – 13 April 2014
We also present our fifth annual publication, SCP Issue Number Five, a forty-eight page newspaper featuring newly commissioned photography and articles that give an unfiltered insight into the world of SCP. View a copy of Issue Number Five here and the S/S Supplement here.
Pictured above: Terracotta by Reiko Kaneko, Sprue candelabra by Fort Standard, Blocks & Peaks by Donna Wilson & Quick-Step stool by Sarah Kay.
Pictured above: Mag tables by Terence Woodgate, Lansdowne sofa by Terence Woodgate & Side tables by Jasper Morrison.
Our new collection will be available to buy in store and online soon.
Whilst sourcing new products for the SCP shops, see below some of our favourite things we’ve seen so far at the Salone del Mobile.
In celebration of Divina, one of Kvadrat’s most iconic textiles, they’ve invited twenty two international designers to reinterpret the fabric in the context of contemporary design and to create a one-of-a kind piece.
Designers selected for the Divina exhibition include Lindsey Adelman, Werner Aisslinger, Anton Alvarez, BIG-GAME, Duangrit Bunnag, Gonçalo Campos, Jonas’ Design, François Dumas, Martino Gamper, Graphic Thought Facility, Richard Hutten, Silvia Knüppel, Max Lamb, Peter Marigold, Studio Minale-Maeda, Philippe Nigro, Klemens Schillinger, Muller van Severen, Jerszy Seymour, Robert Stadler, Katharina Wahl and Bethan Laura Wood.
Curators include Njusja de Gier, Richard Hsu, Hans Maier-Aichen, Yves Marbrier and Constance Rubini.
Pictured above: Daybed by Muller van Severen.
British artist Sarah Lucas presents her debut furniture collection, made from concrete blocks and MDF. The fourteen limited-edition pieces have been created for the Sadie Coles gallery in London in collaboration with the London Art Workshop.
The range includes tables, chairs, benches, a desk, and a free-standing partition wall made from materials previously used as plinths and platforms to display Lucas’ artwork. The largest piece in the collection is the freestanding partition wall (pictured above), a structure made from 10 by 10 concrete blocks that have been set in a uniform grid.
The Magis stand presents a display focusing on neutral finishes to emphasise the renewed and fresh colours of the products. For the first time there is also a public lounge, furnished with the Traffic collection (design Konstantin Grcic) and the Piña collection (design Jaime Hayón).
Pictured above: Children’s mirror by Ineke Hans & Arche Toys by Floris Hovers.
Piet Hein Eek presents new additions to his collection including quilts made using unused vintage silk, steel cabinets made with vintage doors and windows (pictured above), CNC machined wooden bowls made from scrap wood and oak tables made from double waney edged boards and finished with natural oils (pictured above).
Also on display are pieces from the Waste Waste 40×40 Collection. This collection utilizes the smaller pieces of material left behind by his original Waste series.
Cappellini present a bronze plated version of the iconic Thinking Man’s Chair by Jasper Morrison (pictured above). Made from varnished metal, with frame in tube, seat and back in flat bars. The chair was orginally designed in 1986 and is still in production today.