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CDW 19 PREVIEW: Morgan to launch new collaborative projects

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CDW 19 PREVIEW: Morgan to launch new collaborative projects

Morgan, contract furniture designer and manufacturer, will showcase two new collaborative projects at its London showroom (1 Dallington Street, EC1V 0BH) during Clerkenwell Design Week from May 21 – 23, 2019…

Morgan is gearing up for Clerkenwell Design Week where it will unveil the result of two authentic collaborations with outside designers.

The architectural Rakino lounge collection, by designer Tim Rundle, juxtaposes soft sculpted upholstery with a strong, low line frame. The clean linear structure emphasises crisp timber detailing born from a dialogue between the precision of CNC manufacturing and a handcrafted finish. The collection will offer two lounge chairs and a selection of coffee tables.

Following Mark McClure’s bold and dynamic installation at the company’s showroom two years ago, Morgan has collaborated for a second time with the artist to create a selection of new feature coffee tables for the Goodwood collection. Pushing the boundaries between furniture and art, the tables are characterised by strong geometric inlay tops with splashes of brass.

Also on display will be the recent additions to the Rio table collection. Combining skills and expertise with architect Mehran Gharleghi of studio INTEGRATE, the expanded collection of tables includes geometric 3D printed components. The first of its kind within the sector to include this cutting edge technology with a commercially viable price point, the sophisticated and singular collection is not to be missed.

The new products will sit alongside a complete showroom transformation, following the theme ‘Plant a Seed’. Morgan has invited artist David Shillinglaw back to its showroom, following the company’s first collaboration in 2015.

“Flowing across the front of the showroom will be an organic lighting installation by Tom Raffield”

‘Alive in the Human Hive’ promises to be an energetic and colourful large-scale art installation that will fill the double height main wall. The piece will be a representation of the human landscape, informed by both local and global environments and the ways we experience the planet. Recent smaller canvases by David will also be up for grabs.

Flowing across the front of the showroom will be an organic lighting installation by Tom Raffield, made up of Aram and Quill pendant and wall lights as well as a spectacular Flock chandelier, inspired by the organic shapes, movements and sequential patterns that surround us.

Launch party, live music and more

Join Morgan at its buzzing Clerkenwell showroom for a number of social and thought-provoking events throughout the week.

Tuesday will include a panel talk by Double Decker curators Wilhelm Finger and Melita Skamnaki, entitled ‘Redefining Hotel Art’, on how they challenge stereotypes in hospitality. The talk will lead into Morgan’s annual product launch party with tasty canapés and live music.

On the Wednesday, Tom Raffield himself will be giving a talk entitled ‘Taking Inspiration from Nature’. During the talk, Tom will share his passion for the organic forms and structures found in the natural world, and why they play such an important role in the brand’s designs, materials and signature curved aesthetic.

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Sleep + Eat announce show exhibitors

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This year’s Sleep + Eat event has announced new exhibitors to the show, as well as some you will already know. With over 150 suppliers attending the event, many of whom will be launching new collections, this year’s event being held in late November has the potential to be the best yet…
Sekers

Sekers

Sekers: Contract furnishing fabrics supplier who will showcase a selection of hospitality fabric ranges. New to the Sleep + Eat event will be the Copernicus collection, a versatile collection of two woven velvets.

Chelsom

Chelsom’s products. Left to right: Icicle, Radar, and Roma.

Chelsom: Will show products from their latest collection ‘Edition 26’, a collection that promises to be a truly eclectic lighting experience. Dominating this collections design is an array of brass tones, textured Venetian coloured glass and varying marble finishes. All available with LED light sources to accommodate the latest developments in technology and energy efficiency.

Bang & Olufsen

Bang & Olufsen

Bang & Olufsen: The second time the Danish company have exhibited at the event. They will bring along a range of ultra HD Tv’s for the hospitality sector, public area audio solutions and guest room Bluetooth speakers.

Ligne Roset

Ligne Roset Contract

Ligne Roset: The brand will be presenting their signature sofa range, each created by a different designer. With these sofas being described with such whimsicle imagination such as ‘a tube of toothpaste folded over on itself like a stovepipe and closed at both ends’, the collection promises to ignight the imagination.

Other brands at the Sleep + Eat event that we are excited to see include:

Havana - Morgan furniture

Product Spotlight: Morgan – Havana Collection

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The new Havana Collection from Morgan, designed by Katerina Zachariades, puts the spotlight on structure with its sculptural timber frame which becomes a key element of the design.

Characterised by a refined, hand-crafted and distinctively shaped side profile, Havana offers a unique take on an archetypal, mid-century style.

Available in Oak, Beech or Walnut species, Havana consists of solid timber profiles with a simple timber slat construction and ply backed upholstered seat and back pads. The resulting lounge chair is comfortable with a light aesthetic.

Havana - Morgan furniture

With its dynamic structure and modern design, the new collection is perfect for a variety of interiors including workplace, hospitality and healthcare projects.

Havana will be on display in London, along with new dining chairs which will be added to the collection, during Clerkenwell Design Week. Please visit the Morgan showroom at 1 Dallington Street, ECV1 0BH.

For more information about Morgan, visit morganfurniture.co.uk, or email info@morganfurniture.co.uk

Sleep 2016: Morgan introduces Valencia at Sleep

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Designed by Morgan Studio, the Valencia collection, on show at the recent Sleep event, combines a sharp and dramatic profile with plush upholstery detailing and comfort.

Valencia by Morgan

Presenting an exciting alternative to the conventional modular sofa system, the collection offers 3 modular units of the same width with the option of a full, 3/4 or 1/2 back allowing the sofas to be combined to create multi-directional seating grids.

Valencia by Morgan

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Kyoto by Morgan Furniture - Design Guild Mark - London Design Week

Furniture inspiration from Morgan at London Design Festival 2016

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British furniture designer and manufacturer, Morgan, will take part in the London Design Festival this year, with activities taking place at their Clerkenwell showroom and will also be exhibiting at the Cubitt House of Design Junction, 22-25 September.

New products on display will include the Manhattan Nap Booth, designed by Katerina Zachariades, creating a haven of calm and allowing you to rest in a public or office space.

The new Rio tables, designed by studio INTEGRATE and Morgan Studio, feature a glass top that floats over an intricate 3D printed ‘lacework’ basket with solid timber legs.

Also on display will be Kyoto benches, inspired by Japanese gardens and bridges. Kyoto is a system of linear benches that interlock to create informal seating, a star attraction this year having just been awarded a 2016 Design Guild Mark.

Kyoto by Morgan Studio - London Design Week

Product Spotlight: Design Guild Mark for Morgan’s Kyoto

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Morgan is delighted to have been awarded a 2016 Design Guild Mark for their Japanese inspired Kyoto collection. Designed by Morgan Studio, Kyoto is a system of linear benches that interlock to create informal seating. It is fully upholstered and features timber, glass or marble table tops.

Set-up to reward excellence in the design of volume furniture production, the Design Guild Marks are awarded by a distinguished panel of judges from the fields of furniture, hospitality, commercial, retail and media. There were a record number of entries again this year which were assessed for excellence in design, the use of materials, manufacture and function.

Kyoto by Morgan Furniture - Design Guild Mark

Morgan Managing Director, Rodney McMahon, comments, “This is our seventh Design Guild Mark since they were introduced by The Furniture Makers’ Company in 2008. This one is particularly satisfying as it underlines our successful growth into the workplace sector, for which these benches are a great solution for receptions, presentation areas and adhoc meetings.”

For more information about Morgan, visit www.morganfurniture.co.uk, or email info@morganfurniture.co.uk

RIO tables by Morgan

Product Spotlight: RIO tables by Morgan at Clerkenwell

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New RIO tables were launched by Morgan during Clerkenwell Design Week to match with the existing RIO seating.

In collaboration with studio INTEGRATE, the Rio collection by Morgan is one that explores the craft of yesterday versus the craft of tomorrow. As well as the timber and upholstered models there is a 3D printed component that creates an intricate curved sculptural arm.

It is constructed using a mathematical algorithm and printed in polyamide or resin. A glass top floats over a 3D printed basket which links it to solid turned timber legs; in a mix of an intricate ‘lacework’ component with a rational structure and form.

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Morgan RIO metallic

Art and environment the focus for Morgan at Clerkenwell Design Week

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There are just two months to go to Clerkenwell Design Week, 24 – 26 May 2016. In addition to inspirational product launches, the central theme for Morgan at this year’s event in their 1, Dallington Street showroom is wellness in the workplace.

Relaxing music, an indoor garden and alternatives to spending 6 hours at a desk will be ideas that are explored as ways of improving the working environment.

A programme of events will include an art installation, talk and workshop by Remi Rough that considers the effect of art in our environment and colouring in ‘therapy’.

Three key product launches will include additions to the Manhattan collection and a new Lucca meeting bench with stools that are ideal for informal meetings and break-out areas. Visitors who were wowed last year by the 3D printed RIO seating collection, can anticipate occasional tables also using 3D printing that will be unveiled during the event.

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Product Spotlight: The ‘London Look’ gets versatile with Morgan’s Brompton sofa

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The new modular Brompton sofas by Morgan offer versatile seating arrangement and the highest standards of luxurious lounging.

Designed by Katerina Zachariades, the latest two seat and three seat sofas, two and three seat daybeds and a corner modular sofa have a deeper and softer sit, wider arm and generous loose back cushions.

First launched in 2013, Brompton was designed as a contemporary collection with a traditional touch. The resulting, timeless lounge chairs and sofas were awarded a Design Guild Mark in 2014.

Showcasing Morgan’s expertise in fine upholstery and beautiful timber detailing, the pieces all have a square form with fitted seat cushion, and the lounge chair has an optional, elegant walnut frame.

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Morgan - Boston and Metro

Product Spotlight: Morgan reacting to rise of laptop tables with two new examples

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Laptop tables are growing in popularity as interior spaces are designed to be more multi-functional. Hotels are responding to the requirement for guests to work anywhere, whether in the lobby area, cafe or their bedroom.

While many offices are creating more informal spaces for working and interacting with colleagues, in favour of traditional fixed desks. Whether for work or pleasure, so many people now have mobile devices that it makes sense for the combination of seating and table to facilitate this in a comfortable way.

The latest Metro laptop table from Morgan is inspired by the form of a boomerang. The foot of the metal base is shaped and scaled for ease of use and the table top is a geometric form based loosely on a triangle with squared corners. Offered with a solid wood lipped detail and a variety of laminates, this laptop table offers a lightweight and versatile solution.

Morgan Metro laptop table

Morgan’s Metro laptop table

The Boston laptop table with circular top and cantilever base looks attractive in traditional all timber finish, but is also offered in a versatile range of materials. Bases can be powder coated metal in any colour and the top can be sandblasted or coloured glass, laminate or patterned glass to suit individual design briefs.

Morgan Boston

Morgan’s Boston laptop table

Both tables are 620mm high and can be pulled toward the user with the foot sliding under the seat to allow an ergonomic seated position.

For more information about Morgan, visit

www.morganfurniture.co.uk / www.morganlondon.uk

Morgan, 1 Dallington Street
Clerkenwell
London
EC1V0BH

01243 388001

elizabeth@morganfurniture.co.uk