The Oscar sofa and daybed upholstered in Christopher Farr fabric, will go on show at Somerset House next week.
The Shoreditch Design Triangle brings together a collection of designers, stores, galleries, studios, cafés, bars, brands and one-off events for a week of design-led festivities during the London Design Festival.
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.
Last week, Piet Hein Eek presented new additions to his collection at Spazio Rossana Orlandi, Milan.
SCP 2014 Collection //
This week we have launched our latest 2014 Collection at the Salone del Mobile, Milano.
At the 53rd Edition of the Salone Internazionale del Mobile Milano, SCP present the 2014 Collection: new designs of quality, precision and beauty.
Look what arrived today on Santa's sleigh.
This December, the Shoreditch Christmas Triangle brings together twenty-eight local designers, shops, studios, galleries, cafes and popup events in the Shoreditch area over the Christmas period.
Last week, as part of The London Design Festival, Uniform Wares launched their new collection of 104 and 351 series watches alongside a photography project entitled 12 Details at 81 Leonard Street Gallery, Shoreditch.
The Shoreditch Design Triangle 2013 is set to be the most coherent street by street event during this year’s London Design Festival.
Following the success of last year, we will be coordinating the Shoreditch Design Triangle for the fifth year running.
A bright and clear South London sky blessed the SCP Spring Summer photoshoot, giving the right kind of look and feel to the day.
On Saturday, SCP transformed the window of the Heal's Tottenham Court Road store into a live upholstery factory for the day.
This week SCP West threw open its doors to an army of bloggers who have congregated in London, from all corners of Europe, for the annual Meet the Bloggers conference.
In the world’s largest showcase of wool, the recently renovated West Wing of Somerset House is soon to be transformed into a home made primarily from wool.
It is with great sadness that we announce that British designer James Irvine passed away last weekend at the Fatebenefratelli hospital in Milan.
Make sure you tune into BBC Radio 6 Music today from 4pm.
The clothes that Tommy Roberts sold under the label Mr Freedom were the radical origins of streetwear, but his true talent was as an impresario in the theatre of retail.
Last week, Tim Cox, director of our upholstery factory, Coakley & Cox, travelled to Fogo Island, Newfoundland, with resident upholsterer Neil Willmott.
Brooklyn based printmaker, Mark McGinnis had returned to SCP with a follow up to his cheeky Alphabet print series.
And now for some non-design related news.
Some of Team SCP and our designers got dolled up and headed to the British Business Embassy Contributors Reception (try saying that with a mouthful of Prosecco) this week.
Think print magazines are dead? Think again.
Earlier this year, SCP set a brief for students on the Contemporary Furniture & Related Product Design course at Bucks New Uni.
Never ones to rest our laurels, we have given the SCP blog a bit of a facelift.
It is a very exciting summer for Britain with the Olympic Games, the Queen's Diamond Jubilee and not one but TWO Bank Holidays all on the way.
A proper East End street festival, right on our doorstep? Yes please.
Are the olympics shaping up to be a fantastic opportunity for Britain to showcase its culture and strengths, or is everything surrounding the games "second rate"?
With less than 100 days to the start of the London 2012 Olympic Games, Janet Street-Porter has taken to the online pages of the Daily Mail to blast the event and the designs surrounding it, which she says is in spite of some top design talent in Britain.
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.
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.
We threw a party to launch the Design Department Store at SCP East.