At the annual ICFF exhibition at the Javits Center, New York City, SCP launch new designs for 2017 and a selection of products from their Permanent Collection. These include new upholstered furniture designs from Matthew Hilton and Philippe Malouin, alongside a new collection of chandeliers by Reiko Kaneko. At SCP, creativity is at the heart of all we do.
Miles Matthew Hilton A sectional sofa system created for comfort and adaptability, the design of which allows for numerous different configurations. It is made from a solid beech and birch ply frame, with webbed seat and backs. It is upholstered with multi-density foams and quilted feather wrap. It is supported on stained beech wooden rails and joined together with metal brackets. Miles offers the option of two seat widths and arms heights, and seats without arms.
Group Philippe Malouin A compact cocktail chair with a small footprint that revolves on a black powder coated steel swivel base. The design uses primary shapes in a concise way to form the base, back and seat. The frame is made from solid beech and birch plywood. The seat base is webbed and has a seat and lumbar cushion made from feather and foam.
Yumi Reiko Kaneko An elegant chandelier made from anodised silver or gold aluminium tubes, machined components and bone china light shades. It is available in two, four or six shade configurations and is suspended using black braided cord from an anodised aluminium ceiling rose. The bone china shades are made in Stoke-on-Trent and are available in natural finish, or with hand gilded gold or platinum rims. G9 lamp holder.
Permanent Collection Alongside these new designs, SCP present a selection of products from the Permanent Collection, with upholstered furniture designs from Faudet-Harrison, Lucy Kurrein and Reiko Kaneko, alongside a shelving system from Matthew Hilton, side table by Oscar Coakley and a coffee table by Terence Woodgate.
About SCP SCP is a London based manufacturer of contemporary furniture, accessories, lighting and textiles. Established in 1985 by Sheridan Coakley, the company is guided by the modernist idea that design can transform the world around us.