Fort Standard are a young, Brooklyn-based design outfit; they work by hand in their own dedicated workshop.
Does the thought of working with a sibling bring back feelings of teen angst and intense irritation? Just me then.
Hurrah! A new range from the creative and craft-y studio of Donna Wilson will be launching at Design Department Store this year, but here's a sneaky preview.
As part of this year's Design Department Store, we have some fresh new work from Brooklyn-based print pro Mark McGinnis.
Well done to the Cricket bench by Kay+Stemmer, produced by SCP for being awarded a Design Guild Mark.
The guys at Uniform Wares recently borrowed some pieces from us for a photo shoot they were doing for their new range of watches.
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.
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 went to visit artist Rob Ryan in his studio, tucked away in an unassuming corner of Bethnal Green.
Donna Wilson has teamed up with Rococo Chocolates to produce this delicious range of hand-painted Easter eggs.
Scottish designer Donna Wilson has a close working relationship with SCP.
SCP is please to introduce a new range of lighting from our favourite designers from across the pond, Rich Brilliant Willing.