Beauteous designs: SCP’s six new sofas

British furniture brand SCP introduced a collection of six new sofa designs. The new sofas feature designs by Matthew Hilton, Michael Anastassiades, Konstantin Grcic, Faudet-Harrison, Lucy Kurrein and Terence Woodgate. Made in SCP’s factory in Norfolk, England, the sofas are made from renewable materials using traditional techniques. Upholstery comes courtesy of Danish textile brand Kvadrat.

Faudet Harrison designed a three-seat sofa inspired by upholstery designs of the 1920s. Lucy Kurrein’s Teepee is a three-seat sofa inspired by the hammock. Pasha three-seat sofa by Konstantin Grcic revisits Grcic’s original design, this time with the sofa having a reclined sitting position. Rochester two-seat sofa by Michael Anastassiades has an enclosure for the user. Linear three-seat sofa by Terence Woodgate blends the arm, back and seat together to create one form. Meanwhile, Solstice three-seat sofa by Matthew Hilton is a fully-upholstered piece that sits directly on the floor at the back.

Established in 1985 by Sheridan Coakley, SCP is a British manufacturer and retailer of contemporary and vintage furniture and products. The first brand to manufacture the designs of Matthew Hilton and Jasper Morrison, SCP has worked with Terence Woodgate, Konstantin Grcic, Michael Marriott, Russell Pinch, Robin Day, PearsonLloyd and Donna Wilson, among others. 

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