SCP's Editor Duncan Riches visits designers Luke Pearson and Tom Lloyd at their new studio, to talk about their working practice and approach to design.
We review the Agnes collection by Kay & Stemmer for SCP. A range of stand alone shelves, tables and now a coat rack, that have stood the test of time.
Dons of Design takes a look at the work of Piet Hein Eek, the Dutch designer and disruptive thinker on a mission to change how the Western World values labour.
On the eve of the London Design Festival, SCP's Editor Duncan Riches visited new SCP designer Daniel Schofield, to find out more about his working practice and approach to life.
A review of the life and work of Sir Terence Conran, one of the most influential personalities on British design scene in the 20th Century.
To kick off London Craft Week, writer Duncan Riches caught up with Jochen Holz live on Instagram on 30 September. In this 30 minute video chat, the East London based artist told us more about his work and even demonstrated how he makes his pieces in glass
We look at an exclusive collection of editions by Studio Floris Wubben, created specially for SCP.
We take a look at two new products by Sarah Kay for SCP. The Jethro side table and the Agnes coat rack. Launched for LDF 2020.
We look at three new pieces by Matthew Hilton that show a true depth of understanding of furniture design.
A first look at the new Dover sofa by Daniel Schofield for SCP. Released during the London Design Festival 2020.
A look at the life and work of Patricia Urquiola, the Spanish born, Milan-based designer and architect. Her flexible and human-centric approach to industrial design has enabled her to work with a wealth of different manufacturers, creating some of the most celebrated designs of the last two decades.
In 2020, a year of unprecedented change, we are delighted to announce our exhibition at our Shoreditch showroom.
A look at the work and ideas of designers Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni, who developed a range of lights for Italian manufacturer Flos.
This week we are delighted to bring you a very special episode of Channel 4's 1986 LGBT+ themed series of documentaries called Six of Hearts.
Looking for springtime inspiration, we wondered what the great wordsmith Laurie Lee had to say on the season.
With all thoughts of going outside for the fine weather and the sounds of the birds, we thought it the ideal moment to take a look at something special from Derek Jarman's archive.
As we all continue to wonder what the future of the design industry will look like and when we might experience that spontaneous buzz again, we are looking back fondly at Droog.
For London Craft Week 2020, we have invited London-based glass designer Jochen Holz to present a collection of new work, including vessels, tableware and one-off objects.
In the latest episode of his podcast Material Matters, Grant Gibson chats to our founder Sheridan Coakley, 'one of the most influential figures in British design over the past 35 years.'
One of the pleasures of lockdown, the huge reduction in traffic, got us thinking about what bicycle we would choose if cars and public transport were no longer an option.
A celebration of the French designer and architect Charlotte Perriand, whose career and ideas spanned the 20th Century.
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For those more skeptical of formal training, or those just wanting to trust their own instincts, Nathalie Du Pasquier is a revelation.
For many years Jasper Morrison has been a great source of pride and prestige for the British design industry.
In a new series created for SCP Contracts, we are looking at designs that have become iconic, whether new or old, functional or decorative.
‘Design is the embodiment of a culture, of a mindset, of values.
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 occasion of London Craft Week (8–12 May), SCP are pleased to present a collection of products that contextualise its unique approach to designing and making.
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.
At their sunny Southern California outpost, our friends The Future Perfect are presenting an exhibition of lighting by David Weeks Studio.
Ahead of its centenary next year, Bauhaus – 100 Years On is a symposium set to explore the legacy of the iconic school across art, design and architecture.
Join us in our celebration of female designers, and discover the collection of furniture, lighting and accessories, from inspiring designers you need to know about.
London-based estate agents, The Modern House, recently visited Sheridan Coakley’s Hampshire home.
Meet Me in the GAP is a short film about SCP's collaboration with ceramicist Reiko Kaneko.
At the London Design Festival 2017, from 16-24 September, we are dedicating all three floors of their Curtain Road headquarters to a celebration of the relationship between people and objects, with a programme of product launches, exhibitions and experiences to enjoy.
Sleek, simple and irresistible, Japan’s aesthetic sensibility has made a formidable impact on the design industry.
Whether you know your gerbera from your geraniums, or can’t see a rose for the thorns, the RHS Chelsea Flower Show is a stalwart of any horticultural calendar for both green-fingers and black thumbs alike.
If the prospect of strategically jostling through mud, music and mayhem in a makeshift waterproof sounds more like your version of festival hell than heaven, then let us introduce you to London Craft Week: a celebration of artisans, master makers and creatives around the capital.
Sheridan Coakley’s take on design classics for Elle Decoration’s ‘industry insiders’ feature.