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.
Meet Me in the GAP is a short film about SCP's collaboration with ceramicist Reiko Kaneko.
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.
When it comes to being ambassadors of British manufacturing, we're proud to support homegrown talent and to be a platform for crafters to showcase their designs.
The secret life of the Balzac armchair, one of SCP's most iconic designs, designed by Matthew Hilton in 1991.
As St George’s Day approaches, we thought we'd take a closer look the English-based craftspeople who create the seminal products that make up our collection – from traditionally made upholstery in Norfolk to hand-cast ceramics from Stoke-on-Trent.
Sometime in mid-2008, while the fallout from the global financial crisis dominated the media, SCP company founder, Sheridan Coakley, decided it was time to phase out chemically treated fire-retardant foams from the core range of SCP upholstery.
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.
On Saturday, SCP transformed the window of the Heal's Tottenham Court Road store into a live upholstery factory for the day.
On Saturday April 6th, between 11am – 4pm, we will be performing a live upholstery demonstration in the window of the Heal's Tottenham Court Road store as part of the 'Heal's Masterpieces'.
During last week's budget, Chancellor George Osborne announced that the ceramics industry will be exempt from a controversial energy tax.
SCP owner, Sheridan Coakley recently paid a visit to a traditional textile mill in the South West of Wales where our Nos Da and Bora Da fabric is woven.
Last week our development team visited a manufacturing facility based in West Yorkshire where we produce the Boundary pendant light by London based designers, Faudet-Harrison.
Last week, Tim Cox, director of our upholstery factory, Coakley & Cox, travelled to Fogo Island, Newfoundland, with resident upholsterer Neil Willmott.
Well done to the Cricket bench by Kay+Stemmer, produced by SCP for being awarded a Design Guild Mark.
We are delighted to present a new video of the SCP Upholstery factory in Norfolk, UK.
This Spring, in preparation for MOST Milan where a live SCP Workshop will be making an armchair every day, we took two visits to our specialist upholstery factory in the flatlands of Norfolk, Coakley & Cox Ltd.