At SCP, we are very proud of our position as a key design retailer on the London scene. SCP East, our flagship store and company headquarters was first opened in 1985 when founder Sheridan Coakley moved his business from a small shop in Notting Hill to the slightly dog-eared old furniture manufacturing district of Shoreditch. Since then, we have been more than pleased to see the area change into a hip destination for nightlife, food, shopping and art. It has most certainly brightened up the place and has also brought us a new younger audience of discerning design lovers.
That is one of the beautiful things about London, it has such a rich history yet is such a fluid place, nothing stands still for long. With everything changing in the East, we thought it was about time to look across London and celebrate seven years of SCP West, our Westbourne Grove store. For this purpose we shine a light on Roll & Hill, the American lighting brand that takes pride of place in SCP West and if you want to know a little more about the area, take a look at our Alternative Guide to Westbourne Grove.
Roll & Hill
SCP is the exclusive UK retailer of Roll & Hill, a New York based manufacturer of contemporary, high-end lighting. Founded in 2010 by designer, Jason Miller, Roll & Hill is at the forefront of the American contemporary design movement, working with both emerging and established American and international designers. SCP supply Roll & Hill lighting by Lindsey Adelman, Bec Brittain, Jonah Takagi, Lukas Peet as well as Jason Miller himself.
Roll & Hill have a habit of producing particularly eye-catching designs, which work well in spaces with a minimal feel. This can be seen in some of their recent installations shown below. The Agnes Cascade provides a suitably grand statement for an atrium space in Park Avenue, NYC, while the Modo and Agnes pendants counterbalance the muted tones of a domestic residence in Fernshaw Road, London. Lastly, the Mini Endless brings a little magic to an apartment in the Meat Packing District in NYC.