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SCP 2011 Collection at Maison&Objet

SCP 2011 Collection at Maison&Objet 2011

Here are some images of the new collection launched by British furniture brand SCP at Maison&Objet in Paris last week.

SCP 2011 Collection at Maison&Objet

Top: Pelutho low table by Lee Kirkbride
Above and below: Otto side table by Kay + Stemmer

New products include a solid ash table with looping base by Lee Kirkbride (top), a round side-table with rectangular, removable drawer by Kay + Stemmer (above and below), and a set of coat hooks by Rich Brilliant Willing in steel, brass and aluminium that can be slotted into a wooden grid.

SCP 2011 Collection at Maison&Objet

Textile designer Donna Wilson presented new rugs, additions to her Sprig collection (see our earlier story) and a new fabric called Bora Da (meaning 'Good Day' in Welsh).

SCP 2011 Collection at Maison&Objet

Above and below: Timberly hall rack by Rich Brilliant Willing

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SCP 2011 Collection at Maison&Objet

The information below is from SCP:

SCP New Products 2011

SCP designs, produces and retails high-quality products for the home. We are a quintessentially British brand that produces designs that have an international resonance. In recent years we have expanded our product portfolio and now make a range of accessories, lighting, textiles, rugs and smaller furniture to complement our core range of upholstery. We apply the same principles to all of our products, we make things that are beautiful, sustainable and built to last.

SCP 2011 Collection at Maison&Objet

Above: Munro chesterfield sofa by Donna Wilson, upholstered in Bora Da

At Maison & Objet Paris, SCP presents a range of new designs in all shapes and sizes. On show for the first time is the Munro chesterfield sofa by Donna Wilson, the Oscar sectional sofa by Matthew Hilton, three side and low tables by Terence Woodgate, Lee Kirkbride and Kay + Stemmer called Coltrane, Pelutho and Otto. A new full-length mirror by Sylvain Willenz also makes its international debut as does an updated version of American designers Rich Brilliant Willing's Timberly hall rack. In terms of accessories and textiles, there is an expanded range of the Sprig Collection of ceramics by Donna Wilson and the new fabric collaboration between Donna Wilson & SCP, the traditionally made Welsh fabric, Bora Da. There are also new versions of the popular Pouffes by Donna Wilson, now available in hues of blue Treecloud fabric.

SCP 2011 Collection at Maison&Objet

Above: Coltrane low table by Terence Woodgate

SCP is an experimental brand with a long-time love of production methods. Last year our travels to India resulted in the development of a new Rug Collection, in collaboration with Donna Wilson. The rugs are hand-made, using three different techniques: flat-weaving, hand-looming and hand-tufting. All stages of the production process take place under one roof using these time-honoured techniques. The updated Rug Collection on show at Maison & Object comprises new versions of the flat-weave kilim called Mountain Spot, the hand-loomed Fairisle and two hand-tufted rugs: Scope and Purl.

SCP 2011 Collection at Maison&Objet

Above: Frank, Ernest & Henry pouffes by Donna Wilson

SCP products are the perfect fit for the 21st Century interior, modern, full of character and ultimately, timeless.

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Reinhard Dienes
at Maison&Objet 2011
Héctor Serrano
at Maison&Objet 2011
Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
at Maison&Objet 2011