The Loveseat was a unique project developed by the West of Scotland Transplant Co-ordinators and funded by Kidney Research UK to provide a permanent place of tribute to organ donors and their families. Seating four people at any one time, the Loveseat was designed and made by furniture maker Alan Kain from native Scottish hardwoods. Individual silver pieces made by goldsmith Shirley Paris were also embedded within the seat; each piece representing an organ donor from the West of Scotland since the beginning of the millennium. New silver pieces are added annually to represent the number of organ donors during that year. The Loveseat is permanently displayed in the Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery in Glasgow.
Scott was commissioned to produce an audio-visual presentation documenting the creation and meaning of the Loveseat. Some of the images below were used in that presentation.