British artist David Shillinglaw will create a thought-provoking installation on the main double-height gallery wall. The work is entitled ‘Black Box Kaleidoscope’ and the inspiration is ‘Positive-Proper-Gander’. David will be running art workshops in the showroom on Wednesday 20th May at 12pm and 4pm, and spaces can be reserved on Morgan’s website.
Morgan Studio will also be launching the new Kyoto collection at CDW. Inspired by Japanese gardens and bridges, this is a system of linear benches that interlock to create reception area seating. It is fully upholstered and features timber, glass or marble table tops. An official launch party for the new product will take place on Wednesday 20th May from 5.30pm, sponsored by Andrew Muirhead.
On Tuesday 19th May at 10am, visitors are invited to view an exhibition of short- listed entries for the FIRA Future@Work student design competition, sponsored by Morgan.
In addition, leading industry ergonomist Levent Çaglar, from FIRA, will be discussing the evolution of the workplace and sharing his predictions for the future. A total of £5000 will be awarded to the top 3 winners, including the winner from visitors voting during CDW.
Crosta & Mollica will be serving delicious Italian Bruschetta from their stylish 3 wheeled Piaggio Ape, in front of the Morgan showroom throughout the week.