The creative force behind Scabetti is the English design duo, Dominic and Frances Bromley. The organic forms and tactile, high quality English made materials, are characteristic of their work. The Shoal collection, installation above was for Konoba in the Seychelles, is predictably suitable for anything from posh seafood restaurants to maritime museums, but we like the idea of one placed in contrast to earthier environments even better.
Still from the Shoal collection but this time made in glass, not in traditional English bone china.
The other design, the pair has quickly conquered the design world with is “Drawn to the light” which is also available in glass or bone china. So the fish I get but I can’t for the life of me figure out the inspiration for this one. What we love is that it casts the most spectacular shadows and nods to traditional chandeliers whilst still doing it’s own thin. “Drawn to the light” is available in a number of finishes and custom sizes, including an uebersized version of 91″ x 27″.
A more sober design is “shallot” which, aptly named does resemble very stylized members of the onion family. It has a vintage quality and yet pushes the envelope of modern lighting design.
Classical English materials capture modern English creativity.