SCP host a programme of exhibitions titled The Landscape of Light. Collectively they seek to explore our relationship with the unmade world that surrounds us and how it influences the objects we make and use.
57 Pimlico Road
London, SW1W 8NE
Mon – Sat, 10am – 6pm
Monday 16 September, 6–9pm | Please click here to RSVP
In the UK launch of Calico, SCP are pleased to present designs at both SCP Curtain Road and SCP Pimlico Road. The designs exhibited here include Wabi in the Cloud colourway and Aurora in the Azure colourway.
Calico Wallpaper are a US based company that was founded by Rachel and Nick Cope. They were inspired to create a brand that could bring art beyond the frame and incorporate its elements into everyday interior spaces. Through experimentation with the re-appropriation of traditional art forms, and the digital enlargement of unique, handmade patterns, their idea is to create custom fit, non-repeating wall murals. They balance background and foreground, texture, colour and pattern to create immersive environments, and are continually exploring the expressive possibilities of living space.
SCP’s long-time collaborator Roll & Hill present new lighting designs and finishes for the season. Including new collections now available in the UK: Pole by Philippe Malouin, Geode by Jason Miller, Arbor by Karl Zahn, Coax by John Hogan and Apollo and Nova by McKenzie & Keim.
Founded in 2010 by lighting designer Jason Miller, Roll & Hill is a contemporary, high-end lighting manufacturer based in Brooklyn, New York. They are committed to on-demand production, which allows for each piece to be customised to a client’s needs. They produce beautiful and idiosyncratic modern lighting by a roster of American and international designers.
Inspired by the combination of the lid and handle on Walter Gropius’ TAC teapot, British designer Bethan Laura Wood has created a limited-edition tea set that is both striking and expressive in homage to the iconic original.
A distinctive slender handle, the rim of which protrudes over the lid, and a spout featuring a sunken relief inform the linear body of the pot. The teapot lid, with its profiled upturned shape, is in dialogue with the handle. The design marries linear architectural forms with the playful frivolity of the 1970s, creating wonderfully captivating pieces.
Born in 1983, Bethan Laura Wood studied product design at the Royal College of Art in London. Since she graduated in 2009, she has been harnessing her passion for colour, detail and materials to create expressive and exceptionally creative designs in her studio.