This week SCP founder, Sheridan Coakley, visited New York for NYCxDESIGN, which is New York City’s official citywide celebration of design. Spanning all disciplines of design, the festival creates a collaborative platform and elevates established and emerging design practices.
SCP stockist, The Future Perfect presented an installation entitled ‘GALLERY’ that included work from Piet Hein Eek, Charles de Lisle, Michael Anastassiades, Lindsey Adelman, Bec Brittain, Jason Miller, Fort Standard, Chen Chen and Kai Williams, Rachel Whiteread for SCP and Jasper Morrison for SCP.
Totem by Lindsey Adelman at the Future Perfect GALLERY
Charles de Lisle chandelier at The Future Perfect GALLERY
Column coffee table by Fort Standard and Clamp pendant by Lindsey Adelman at The Future Perfect GALLERY
The Future Perfect team and their glamorous assistant.
Brooklyn-based lighting manufacturer Roll & Hill debuted their stunning new collection of lights at this year’s shows in Milan and in New York. Their new 2014 collection includes five new product lines plus new pieces by Lindsey Adelman, Jason Miller, and Rosie Li. It’s their largest collection of new work to date and they revealed it in Midtown Manhattan last weekend.
Roll & Hill NYCxDESIGN.
Agnes Cascade by Lindsey Adelman for Roll & Hill.
Modo chandelier by Jason Miller for Roll and Hill
Philippe Malouin with his creation ‘Gridlock’ for Roll and Hill.
Modo chandelier by Jason Miller and Agnes Cascade by Lindsey Adelman both for Roll & Hill.
SCP designer, Bec Brittain presented a special collaboration with Hilda Hellström at the US design store, Matter.
Bec Brittain and Hilda Hellström with their collaboration lighting at US design store, Matter
Hellström also presented new works from her ongoing Sedimentation series alongside Karl Zahn who showed a fresh body of work called Momentum.
BBxHH by Bec Brittain and Hilda Hellström.
Momentum by Karl Zahn at US design store, Matter.
Meanwhile at ICFF Fort Standard presented a new collection of faceted lighting.
Cover boys Greg & Ian on their Fort Standard stand at ICFF
Whilst in New York, Sheridan visited the New York home and studio of the late American artist Donald Judd, which is now open to the public following a three-year restoration.
101 Spring Street, NY.
101 Spring Street, NY.
The Met Museum hosts an exhibition that examines the career of the legendary twentieth-century Anglo-American couturier Charles James (1906–1978).
Sheridan finished off his trip with a visit to The Merchants House on 4th St and Paula Rubenstein on Bond St; his favourite second hand shop.
Paula Rubenstein on Bond St.