SCP talk to Vic Wright, the sculptor based in Manchester, about her story in the art world, her working process, and her show at SCP in May 2022.
For this installment of Dons of Design, we take a look at some of the furniture and products by British designers Jay Barber and Edward Osgerby.
Lucy Kurrein is a British designer who now splits her time between London and Paris. We visited her studio at Trinity Buoy Wharf next to the River Thames to take in the views.
We talk to one of the founder's of the Bristol Textile Mill, the modern design and development facility, who make SCP's textile come to life.
Following on from the recent launch of American brand Matter Made at SCP, our editor Duncan Riches talked to founder and creative director Jamie Gray. They discuss how the company began, how it has evolved, and what we can expect from it in the future.
We look at the work of the Japanese American artist Isamu Noguchi, a giant of the 20th art world, whose Akari lights and coffee table are icons of design.
An overview of the 2021 version of the Tepee sofa by Lucy Kurrein. A design that has been further developed to allow for sectional configurations.
An overview of the Puffer sofa and armchair by Philippe Malouin. Two designs that have been re-engineered for the SCP 2021 Collection.
We take a look at a design of minimalist beauty which has been in continuous production since 1995, along with a new side table composed of simple geometric forms.
An overview of the Bruno armchair by Ilse Crawford and Oscar Peña for SCP. A design that acknowledges changes in language of sitting.
SCP presents a special collection of new furniture, made in collaboration with Ishinomaki Laboratory, the Japanese DIY furniture company founded in the immediate aftermath of the 2011 Great Eastern Japan earthquake and tsunami. This exhibition marks ten years since the disaster, and features a diverse collection of different designs, all made to a strict brief.
An overview of the new collection, featuring a variety of different furniture typologies for the home and workplace from Matthew Hilton, Studio Ilse, Reiko Kaneko, Lucy Kurrein, Philippe Malouin, Donna Wilson and Terence Woodgate.
Before we headed off for summer, we took the chance to talk to the founders of Bower Studios, the NYC based design famed for their beautiful mirrors. We heard from Daniel Gianella, Jeffrey Renz and Tammer Hijazi about their approach to design, how the pandemic has shaped their business, and what we can expect to see from the company going forward.
Reiko Kaneko is ceramicist, designer and educator based in London. We visit her studio to find our about life during the pandemic and her working practice.
We talk to Nasim Koerting, the Head of Design at The Office Group, to find out her perspective on the future of the workplace.
A further development of the experimental Abstract Assembly project sees the introduction of a series of tabletop size sculptures for the 2021 collection.
Continuing our content celebrating 30 years of the Balzac armchair, we talk to Charlotte & Peter Fiell about the design being included in the first edition of Taschen's influential 1000 Chairs, first published in 1997.
Yinka Ilori has taken the world of domestic design in his stride, with a confident new homeware collection. SCP's editor, Duncan Riches, talked to him about making ideas reality, the importance of connectivity and how positive role models have shaped his outlook on life.
To celebrate thirty years of continuous production, we have released a special anniversary edition of the Balzac armchair. Made in fully sustainable and natural materials, it features a specially commissioned commemorative label.
Beginning SCP's celebration of 30 years of the Balzac armchair, we talk about the design to Matthew Hilton and SCP founder Sheridan Coakley.
We remember the founder and chairman of Aram Designs, who died last week aged 89.
We talk to Lindsey Adelman, a pioneer on the New York design scene, whose mercurial talents tread the line between sculpture, industrial design and poetry.
It's #IWD2021 today and we're turning the spotlight on five female designers whose work has been inspiring us lately.
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 versions of the Continuous and Pillar designs by Faudet-Harrison. Launched for London Design Festival 2020.
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.