London Design Festival 2014: design brand SCP is launching its latest collection of products, furniture and accessories across its two London shops next week, including new designs from Reiko Kaneko, Lucy Kurrein and Donna Wilson (+ slideshow).
Scottish designer Donna Wilson has created a collection of hand block printed quilts featuring a repeated diamond motif in orange and teal for the Autumn Winter 2014 range.
Reiko Kaneko's light is a simple pendant made from white ceramic typical of her designs. The Japanese designer also reveals new developments in her terracotta tableware collection for SCP, including a pitcher, bowl, platter and tumbler. All of the pieces are partly glazed white, leaving some of the terracotta exposed.
A range of colourful, graphic trays and tea towels are the work of Brooklyn-based illustrator and designer Mark McGinnis.
Lucy Kurrein has designed Elmer, a generously proportioned two-seater sofa in pink.
The Max bar stool by Andrea Stemmer features a half-disc seat and spindly legs in either grey or white.
Alex Hellum has combined a wooden stool and traditional toolbox into one work stool.
Also on show are updates to Faudet-Harrison's wall-mounted coat-hooks and Terence Woodgate's Parallel shelving and Lansdowne sofas, alongside the complete Spring Summer 2014 collection that launched during Milan design week in April.
As well as the launch of the new collection, SCP will be hosting Simplified Beauty: an exhibition of contemporary design and a "celebration of things made as they should be," curated by SCP founder Sheridan Coakley and British-Japanese designer Reiko Kaneko.
Both showcases coincide with this year's London Design Festival, taking place from 13 to 21 September.