Frederick Scott 1942 - 2001
Scott, born in 1942 the son of an artisan furniture maker, served his apprenticeship as a cabinet-maker in High Wycombe before gaining a scholarship to London’s Royal College of Art in 1963. Widely... Read more regarded as the most talented British furniture designer of his generation, his reputation was firmly established with the launch of his classic Supporto series for Hille in 1979.
Later in his career he worked closely with Hitch Mylius to develop hm25 and other upholstery designs.
Fred Scott’s working life was dogged by recurring illness and he died in 2001.Read more