A set of marble topped side tables with a checker plate steel base and a central table stem. Marriott has used four different types of marble, with each table named after the country in which it originates. Carrara from Italy, Baltic from Finland, Verde Rajasthan from India and Ubatuba from Brazil.
Italy has a pink powder-coated finish on the base, while the others versions are in galvanised steel.
The marble tops have a slight chamfer on their top and bottom edges.
In keeping with the celebratory spirit of SCP’s thirtieth year, our founder Sheridan Coakley found it difficult to resist the temptation to create some unconventional products, things more like conceptual propositions than objects of mass production. He gave a number of SCP designers a free hand to decide what material, scale and form they would like to work with. They were welcome to work with their own hands, utilise specialist manufacturing techniques, or even make individual appropriations from elsewhere in the palette of things that exists already.
The resulting collection is called SCP Editions, or things we might not otherwise have made. Theses objects acknowledge the history SCP has of working with those who are perhaps closer to being artists than designers, and the interplay between the two disciplines which has been in evidence throughout time.
Editions from Oscar Coakley, Reiko Kaneko, Sarah Kay, Peter Marigold, Michael Marriott, Andrea Stemmer and Donna Wilson.
Each SCP Edition is numbered and signed by the designer.
L60cm × D40cm × H35 cm