SCP launched the new host galvanised version of the Palissade collection by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec for Hay, and discussed the collection with Rolf Hay.
On the eve of the Milan Salone del Mobile, where SCP are presenting the new Home sofa and daybed by Piet Hein Eek, our edtior talked to the designer about his working days, his views on design and life, and asked him what one piece of advice he would give the world.
On an unseasonably warm late February day. Our Editor visited Donna Wilson at her Bethnal Green studio to talk about her new rug designs for SCP. They ended up talking about new directions, the importance of play, and how to design your way out of problems.
We are pleased to present the audio recording of the Q&A held at SCP on December the 5th, between David Weeks and Duncan Riches.
SCP present the David Weeks Studio Shop Tour, a short film that explores the Brooklyn based production facility where the lighting designs are made.
In celebration of SCP’s collaboration with Penguin, we take a look at some of their classic paperback designs.
Sky Central is the British Broadcasters new flagship building in West London, opened in 2016. SCP Professional worked with HASSELL on the specification of the furniture for the building.
The secret life of the Balzac armchair, one of SCP's most iconic designs, designed by Matthew Hilton in 1991.
SCP are pleased to announce the opening of the new SCP Contracts Showroom on the first floor of SCP company headquarters on Curtain Road, EC2.
We would like to extend our congratulations to Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM) architects who have won the 2015 RIBA Stirling Prize for their transformation of Burntwood School in south London.
SCP are back at the Design Factory in the Farmiloe Building to present a range of products exclusive to SCP.
Believe it or not, British Summer Time has officially started (honestly, the weather is due to perk up).
To celebrate the fact that the clocks are going forward on 29th of March and British Summer Time can finally be ushered in, we have got together a collection of the finest clocks and timepieces available at SCP.
At SCP, we are very proud of our position as a key design retailer on the London scene.
Sometime in mid-2008, while the fallout from the global financial crisis dominated the media, SCP company founder, Sheridan Coakley, decided it was time to phase out chemically treated fire-retardant foams from the core range of SCP upholstery.
The British-Japanese designer Reiko Kaneko is new to SCP. Her first product for the company, the Adderley Works pendant light, was launched in 2013. Now, for the 2014 Collection, she has been working on some very special terracotta tableware. Our Editor, Duncan Riches, called in to find out more.
Stella Malfilatre filmed and produced a short video of our Simplified Beauty launch party during the LDF 2014.
Jasper Morrison, working with SCP, won the competition to design an installation for the reception area of 240 Blackfriars.
SCP West is a short walk from Notting Hill Gate tube station on a corner plot of Westbourne Grove.
We follow SCP founder Sheridan Coakley and designer Reiko Kaneko on a trip to the Ishinomaki Laboratory
For the 11th edition of the London Design Festival, SCP East plays host to Simplified Beauty, an exhibition of contemporary design, a celebration of things made as they should be.
Photographed for SCP Issue Number Five by Richard Brine, we are pleased to present some previously unpublished pictures of Central Working Shoreditch, one of SCP Contracts latest projects.
SCP presented the new 2014 Collection of designs at the Salone del Mobile, with designs from Jasper Morrison, Terence Woodgate, Donna Wilson, Faudet-Harrison, Fort Standard, Lucy Kurrein, Reiko Kaneko, Andrea Stemmer and Sarah Kay.
For the first time in a few years in Milan, there was a clear definition in approaches to exhibiting product.
Magis, Mattiazzi and GUBI are three very different brands, yet there was a certain something in common in their Salone presentations in Milan.
Two companies that SCP work with closely are Brooklyn based lighting brand Roll & Hill and Dutch experts in re-use Piet Hein Eek.
HAY, and the more recent London-based incarnation WRONG FOR HAY, are long-time friends of SCP.
A bright and clear South London sky blessed the SCP Spring Summer photoshoot, giving the right kind of look and feel to the day.
It is with great sadness that we announce that British designer James Irvine passed away last weekend at the Fatebenefratelli hospital in Milan.
Sheridan Coakley, owner and founder of SCP has just discovered Pinterest, the latest development in visual social networking, follow his account here.
We are delighted to present a new video of the SCP Upholstery factory in Norfolk, UK.
This Spring, in preparation for MOST Milan where a live SCP Workshop will be making an armchair every day, we took two visits to our specialist upholstery factory in the flatlands of Norfolk, Coakley & Cox Ltd.
SCP Designers Jochem Faudet and Jon Harrison work just around the corner from SCP East, here they give an interview to Disegno about their new chair, Kenneth.
At MOST, the new and exciting location for design in Milan, SCP are proud to present the 2012 Collection.
Our second London store is SCP West.
SCP is please to introduce a new range of lighting from our favourite designers from across the pond, Rich Brilliant Willing.
Donna Wilson has come up with a playful response to the problem of occasional seating with a range of three low-lying pouffes, designed to bring a little softness, intimacy and colour into the home.
Designer Lee Kirkbride always has a tape measure in his hand, useful for the exacting measurements required for his latest design, the Pelutho low table.
SCP presents the latest upholstery piece from SCP legend Terence Woodgate.