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.
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.
Beginning SCP's celebration of 30 years of the Balzac armchair, we talk about the design to Matthew Hilton and SCP founder Sheridan Coakley.
SCP manufactures 25 upholstery collections, comprising a range of styles of sofas, armchairs, and beds. Each piece is available online in 57 different fabrics and leathers.
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.
An overview of the Terracotta Collection by Reiko Kaneko for SCP, featuring a new wider jug for 2020, specially designed to house flowers.
An overview of two new SCP products for the 2020 Collection. Puffer and Lift by Philippe Malouin.
Seeking to re-imagine traditional typologies, SCP's 2020 Collection features upholstery and furniture designs by Matthew Hilton, Sarah Kay, David Weeks, Faudet-Harrison and Reiko Kaneko.
Presenting new SCP upholstery and furniture designs for 2019 in a collection that seeks to re-imagine traditional typologies.
This January, at Maison & Objet Paris, SCP launch new designs for 2019.
For the London Design Festival 2018, SCP present a new chair and sofa by designer Gareth Neal, in collaboration with fashion brand Folk.
SCP present new designs from Philippe Malouin and Matthew Hilton. Comprising a complete upholstery collection alongside new coffee tables and free standing mirror.
For the 2018 London Design Festival, 15-23 September, SCP are hosting a programme of product launches and experiences at their Curtain Road headquarters, in the heart of Shoreditch.
In 2016, for the launch of the Sofa In Sight upholstery collection, SCP took a trip down to Kent, for a photoshoot at a particularly special location; The Experimental Station in Dungeness.
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.
The Penguin Huddle is a new design by Jasper Morrison for SCP, created in partnership with Penguin.
London-based estate agents, The Modern House, recently visited Sheridan Coakley’s Hampshire home.
Meet Me in the GAP is a short film about SCP's collaboration with ceramicist Reiko Kaneko.
At the London Design Festival 2017, from 16-24 September, we are dedicating all three floors of their Curtain Road headquarters to a celebration of the relationship between people and objects, with a programme of product launches, exhibitions and experiences to enjoy.
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.