Created by deft design and drafting, highly-skilled makers and the application of advanced manufacturing techniques, SCP furniture is modern, lasting and timeless
Coltrane low table by Terence Woodgate
This design has all the hallmarks of Terence Woodgate, balance, proportion and effortless elegance. The Coltrane low table by Terence Woodgate is an update of the classic Sax rectangular table. This design blends materials, it features two shelves, the lower one in veneered ash and the upper one in toughened glass.
Otto side table by Kay + Stemmer
The Otto side table is a modest and well-proportioned design that features a fully removable drawer. Subtle details such as the chamfered edge on the table top bestow this piece with an elegance and poise, all its own.
Calvo table by Lee Kirkbride
Lee Kirkbride’s Calvo side table lends itself to a variety of setings and a number of uses. It’s tilted stem and 3 point base allow Calvo to sit closer and more comfortably next to an armchair, sofa or bed. The stretcher that connects the column and the foot of Calvo's base is tapered to give the illusion of an elegantly shaped twist.
Wilma bench by Donna Wilson
Fresh and spring like, the Wilma bench can be used to sit on and is also firm enough to be used as a table. The cushioned seat is perched upon four turned solid beech legs which are slightly splayed giving the stool a light appearance and a playful personality.
Pelutho low table by Lee Kirkbride
The Pelutho low table by Lee Kirkbride is an exercise in advanced wood engineering. The table is made from solid ash, yet is very light in both appearance and actual weight. The form of the Pelutho is particularly distinctive, both recognisable and somehow remote.
Agnes and Edith shelves by Kay + Stemmer
Edith is the smaller 3-shelf version and Agnes is taller with 5 shelves. The shelves come fully assembled and have the hallmarks of classical training; details include radius edges, a gentle upwards taper and perfect proportion. The result is a notably softened looking shelving range, free standing with poise and a sense visual balance.
Tam Tam and Tom Tom tables by Konstantin Grcic
This classical design by Konstantin Grcic is fluent in both its design language and its pragmatism. His eloquent use of the square and the circle evokes the spirit of the Bauhaus.
SUM shelves by Peter Marigold
SUM is a wall mounted asymmetrical shelving system made in solid cherry with brass fixings. SUM comes as a set of three, with the individual shelves in three sizes, designed to fit together in an infinite number of ways.
Cedric desk by Kay + Stemmer
The Cedric desk is an exercise in simplicity, refinement and deft detailing. Kay+Stemmer have drawn on all of their Parnham School training to produce a piece that has perfect proportion and reveals a mastery of craftmanship often overlooked in contemporary design.
Ulrik stool and bar stool by Alex Hellum
The Ulrik stool is made from solid ash and features a beautifully executed joinery detail that allows the seat to be constructed from two separate parts. Viewed from different angles Ulrik vastly changes in appearance, the seat at times appears to look like a drawing of a heart.
Molly stool by Donna Wilson
Molly is a four-legged wooden stool available in two sizes. It is made from solid beech with turned legs and a solid seat. Practical yet charming, Molly is full of Donna Wilson’s distinctive hallmarks of comfort and warmth.
Compass table by Matthew Hilton
The Compass trestles are a study in elegance and balance. They are made from steamed solid beech and are available in natural or stained black finish. Designed with practicality and stability in mind, the Compass consists of three component parts that fit together to create a sturdy table base.
Peggy table by PearsonLloyd
The Peggy series is designed for both residential dining and commercial use. A refined aesthetic is created through the elliptical shape of the angle support frame and the subtle rotation of the oval legs, which are linked to the top by a mortis and tennon joint.