SCP are delighted to present the launch of the Kuru collection, designed by Philippe Malouin for Finnish brand Iittala.
In the third instalment of Dons of Design, we are focusing on the work and ideas of Nathalie Du Pasquier, the Milan-based painter, designer and founding member of the Memphis Group.
For the second instalment of 'Dons of Design' we take a look at the Glo-Ball family of lights by British designer Jasper Morrison.
After graduating from Central Saint Martins, Reiko designed a range of products that were manufactured around the world.
Sarah Kay has been designing and making things in wood since studying fine cabinet making and furniture design at Parnham College in Dorset.
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.
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.
In February 2019, SCP invited designers Philippe Malouin and Tim Rundle to join us for a Q&A in our showroom.
SCP are pleased to present Resident's collection of furniture and lighting.
A short film to remember Florence Knoll Bassett (1917 - 2019) and her outstanding contribution to the design industry.
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.
A short film to mark the one-year anniversary of David Weeks Studio's New York showroom, at 38 Walker Street in TriBeCa.
SCP present the David Weeks Studio Shop Tour, a short film that explores the Brooklyn based production facility where the lighting designs are made.
This year, to celebrate the launch of the first production version of the Penguin Huddle, we invited a number of SCP designers and collaborators to ‘Hack A Huddle’.
As we’re firing up for London Craft Week, we welcomed ceramicist Reiko Kaneko to share some of the thoughts and influences currently shaping her practice.
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.
With an extensive portfolio of furniture and product designs, plus multiple awards under his belt, designer Philippe Malouin is well and truly one to watch.
2018 is set to be a strong year for Philippe Malouin. Named the Designer of the Year by Wallpaper* magazine, the Canadian designer has applied his versatile talents to designing the Group furniture collection for SCP.
London-based estate agents, The Modern House, recently visited Sheridan Coakley’s Hampshire home.
With her bold use of line, colour and form, it is near impossible not to be charmed by the visual language of Nathalie du Pasquier.
This week marks Dutch Design Week, an annual event which takes place in Eindhoven every October.
Meet Me in the GAP is a short film about SCP's collaboration with ceramicist Reiko Kaneko.
At the annual ICFF exhibition at the Javits Center, New York City, SCP launch new designs for 2017 and a selection of products from their Permanent Collection.
Join Sam Walton, Editor of Hole & Corner Magazine, at SCP East on 4 May as he hosts a talk with SCP designers, Matthew Hilton, Lucy Kurrein and Philippe Malouin.
The secret life of the Balzac armchair, one of SCP's most iconic designs, designed by Matthew Hilton in 1991.
At SCP, we work with the world’s best-known and respected designers.
A big congratulations to SCP designer, Lucy Kurrein, who has be crowned Homes & Gardens Young Designer of the year at their annual award ceremony.
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.
We follow SCP founder Sheridan Coakley and designer Reiko Kaneko on a trip to the Ishinomaki Laboratory
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.
This week we launch our latest 2014 collection at the Salone del Mobile, Milano.