Morfus at Clerkenwell Design Week

Morfus will be exhibiting at Clerkenwell Design Week 2016, which runs from 24-26 May.  Clerkenwell has fast built a reputation for having the highest concentration of creative businesses and architects per square mile, and for three days each May it certainly seems that way as the design community comes together to see new products. We will be showing in the British Collection, a new exhibition in the barrel-vaulted Crypt of St James’ Church on Clerkenwell Green.  It is free to register, so why not come and see Morfus for yourself?

Our stand will show our range of SMART furniture, from bookcases to sideboards, room dividers and wall-mounted shelves, and we will also be launching two new table designs. It will be a great opportunity for us to demonstrate the versatility of the collection, with designs created for residential, home office, workspace and retail display. Come and see how our patent-pending and highly sustainable modular system adapts to your storage needs, and how our accessories – doors, drawers and boxes – can help you customise Morfus with additional functionality and your choice of colours.

Sustainable, Modular, Adaptable, Robust and Timeless, Morfus is probably the most environmentally friendly furniture system out there. It is efficiently engineered to get you the most space from the minimum of areas, and designed for life it will endlessly respond to your changing needs and adapt to different spaces and different moods. Engineered from FSC registered birch trees its embodied carbon combined with its Woodland Carbon Code accreditation makes it the sustainable furniture of choice.

Morfus founder Tim Williams will be on hand to talk about how his career as an architect specialising in office fit-out and workplace design, and his passion for sustainability, led him to design his own innovative modular furniture system. Designed in London and manufactured in Derbyshire, Morfus is the perfect fit for the British Collection, and for Clerkenwell Design Week.

Register to visit here.

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