Underlying Geometry: Morgan delve into their dynamic designs for CDW

During Clerkenwell Design Week, 23-25th May 2017, Morgan will launch two new collections and host a series of events at their showroom on Dallington Street, EC1. The chosen theme for this year is ‘Underlying Geometry’.Morgan_Goodwood_170U_Green_NB_sm resizeBeneath the surface of every beautiful object lies a considered structure based on mathematical proportions, such as the golden ratio. From natural structures as delicate as leaves, to manmade structures as dramatic as the shard, the underlying structure is what pushes these forms towards ‘perfection’.  At their showroom, Morgan will be stripping back colour and focusing on the underlying geometrical structure in the space and products shown.

The main product launch for CDW17 is the GOODWOOD collection. Designed by Katerina Zachariades and inspired by mid century freeform shapes found in art mobiles and hand carved timber sculptures. The armchairs combine curves with a sculptural, profiled timber component giving the chair added lightness and elegance. Cut from solid walnut or oak with a handcrafted aesthetic, the collection offers an additional high back chair and a fully upholstered arm option with a loose lumbar cushion to add both luxury and comfort.Morgan_Goodwood_Detail_19_sm resizeAlso being showcased at CDW17 will be the HAVANA dining chair. See our previous article on this product here

Morgan’s showroom will be transformed into a neutral geometric haven. British artist MARK McCLURE will be transforming the main wall with a unique, commissioned installation.Visit us on Tuesday 23rd May to hear Mark give a talk about his process and art installation, followed by Morgan’s product launch party that will feature a live Jazz trio.Morgan_Havana_Group_PR_sm resizeThroughout the week Morgan will be hosting many extraordinary events including; exhibiting architect Chris Eckersley’s intricate architectural sketches, inspired by Le Corbusier buildings and The Modular and STAGE ONE, will be giving a talk on ‘Making on a Macro Scale’, Having been involved in the last four Olympic opening ceremonies and multiple Serpentine Pavilions, their talk will discuss turning design intent into reality.

For more information contact Morgan Furniture

 

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Alys' experience as a furniture designer, along with her in-depth marketing knowledge, makes her uniquely placed to work with the BCFA as the Editor of Design Insider and run her marketing business, Method Communications.
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