Ways Of Sitting

For the 60th Anniversary edition of the Milan Salone del Mobile, SCP are pleased to present an exhibition of new designs situated within the beautiful main cloisters of the San Simpliciano basilica, one of the Padiglione Brera locations, and as part of Milan’s Brera Design District and the Fuorisalone.

After an extended break from exhibiting in Milan, SCP returns with a new energy for the unique and the decorative, and as one of the leading specialist sustainable upholstery makers in the UK. 2022 sees the launch of new designs from Philippe Malouin, Matthew Hilton, Ilse Crawford & Oscar Peña and Wilkinson & Rivera, alongside a range of specially commissioned hand-made accessories from Floris Wubben, Jochen Holz and Reiko Kaneko. SCP are also showing a selection of their finest pieces from the 2021 & 2020 collections, featuring designs from Ilse Crawford & Oscar Peña, Philippe Malouin, Matthew Hilton, Sarah Kay and Terence Woodgate.

SCP is a British furniture manufacturer based in London, with a specialist sustainable upholstery factory in the east of England. Led by the British modern furniture pioneer Sheridan Coakley, SCP was one of the first companies to exhibit British designed and made furniture in the Contemporary Design Hall at Milan Salone del Mobile in 1986, and has helped launch the careers of a number of significant designers of the era.

In 2022, SCP are delighted to be returning to Milan during Salone Del Mobile, and welcome all the conversations, laughter and conviviality that the visit will bring. For this special occasion, SCP are blending together brand new designs with a selection of pieces from the last two years, in a celebration of all that is practical, beautiful, at times ornate, and fundamentally well-made.

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Cite: "Ways Of Sitting" 31 May 2022. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/982791/ways-of-sitting> ISSN 0719-8884

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