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Milan Furniture Fair

Next week is the start of Milan Furniture Fair, and I’m excited to be showing here with SCP. Along with SCP’s fantastic collection, we are launching a 3 seater chesterfield sofa, a range of knitted pouffes, rugs, and turned wooden stools, see some images below.

Here is their press release, if your around please come and say hello.

Spazio Botta
Porta Romana
via Botta 8
20135, Milano

A proud, innovative and diverse British manufacturer, SCP create lovingly made upholstery, furniture, accessories, lighting, textiles and rugs. At a specially organised British manufacturing mecca in Milan, Spazio Botta in Porta Romana, SCP present their 2011 collection.
On show are new product designs by Terence Woodgate, Matthew Hilton, Donna Wilson, Lee Kirkbride, PearsonLloyd, Kay+Stemmer, Gareth Neal, Rich Brilliant Willing and Silvain Willenz. Also previewing is SCP’s latest collaboration with Donna Wilson, a new range of Welsh woven textiles entitled Bora Da, alongside an expanded Rug Collection that features new hand-loomed designs and colourways. 

In Milan, SCP also launch their second publication, SCP Issue Number Two, a thirty-page newspaper designed by Farrow Design, featuring newly commissioned photography by John Ross and Pelle Crépin, with styling by Despina Curtis.
SCP are a complex and diverse British manufacturer who work with wonderfully talented craftsmen and woman from all across Britain, Europe and now also in India. SCP blend talent and tradition to produce elegant pieces that live well, and live long. 
SCP, 25 years in the making.

For more information please contact:
SCP Press Office
135–139 Curtain Road
London EC2A 3BX
T +44 (0) 20 7749 7393
F +44 (0) 20 7729 4224
[email protected]

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