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The July 2019 edition of Interior Designer , "Britain's oldest magazine for professional interior designers", features an interview with Dominic and Frances Bromley.

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It's been 20 years since Dominic Bromley decided to share his designs with the wider world under the unusual name of Scabetti (despite sounding Italian, the studio is actually British!). Since then, the body of work has grown and so has Scabetti, from a one-man band to the small team of dedicated people that help make every sculpture that leaves the studio.

To celebrate this momentous anniversary, we wanted to share some of the work we are most proud of creating over the years; last month we featured Shoal743 at London's Fishmongers' Hall, and this month we thought we'd share the first ever large-scale installation we did...

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Shoal featured in the Telegraph Magazine

In 2018, Scabetti were commissioned by interior designer, Katharine Pooley, to create a Shoal for her North Devon coastal cottage. This week-end the Telegraph Magazine featured the interior that she has crafted for this picturesque location, just a short walk from the beach. The house is now available to rent via airbnb

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Top 5 discoveries in London

From Katie's Look Up London Tour "In what must be London’s best themed chandelier, Fishmonger’s Hall entrance has a gleaming shoal of encircling fish as their lampshade. Designed by Scabetti, each individual fish is coated in 24 carat gold and there’s 743, representing the number of years since the Fishmonger’s Livery Company gained its Royal Charter in 1272."

 

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