SCP’s House of Upholstery
London-based furniture manufacturer SCP present a collection of products that contextualise their unique approach to designing and making. Additionally, a live demonstration in upholstery making takes place alongside a talk hosted by Sam Walton, Editor of Hole & Corner Magazine, with Matthew Hilton, Philippe Malouin and Lucy Kurrein.
SCP has always walked the line between craft and design. They continue to utilise British craft based skills in many of the products they create - including traditionally made upholstery pieces from Norfolk, terracotta tableware from Suffolk, ceramics from Stoke-on-Trent and textiles from Yorkshire.
For this exhibition, SCP presents a collection of products that contextualise their approach to designing and making. These include a new sofa from Matthew Hilton, an armchair from Philippe Malouin, lighting designs from Reiko Kaneko and a selection of product highlights from the SCP archive.
For the duration of the show, SCP presents a live demonstration of upholstery making, with makers from their specialist upholstery factory in Norfolk in attendance.