Alongside our inspired collections, we provide a bespoke service, which offers the ability to tailor our products to the particular requirements of a project. Our Morgan Studio team will work with the specifier and designer to achieve a bespoke product while ensuring that our standards of craftsmanship, ergonomics and comfort are maintained.
From minor changes to dimensions, bespoke upholstery detailing or custom finishes, right through to the creation of an entirely customised piece, we are able to create a product to suit the demands of your brief. Each bespoke request is different, and so is our approach; we can provide sketch proposals, renders, CAD drawings, source material samples, and offer assistance with interior layouts.
Once a design solution has been reached, we work with our dedicated prototyping team to turn the sketch into a reality, considering timber detailing, stitching and upholstery composition, this is an iterative process that continues until we achieve a product that we are proud to present to the Customer.
Minimum quantities are required and can be agreed according to the scale of the project.
The brief for Wimbledon’s ‘The Champion’s room’ restaurant interior from the All English Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) focused on creating an enjoyable and unique customer journey. SHH responded to this with a scheme that reflected the values of the club; elegant and refined detailing are combined with a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere through the artful juxtaposition of luxurious materials with soft natural textures and subtle use of the club’s colour palette of green & purple.
SHH’s scheme for the interior included everything from wall finishes to tableware to custom furniture, which is where Morgan came in. Our Design Director Katerina, and Design Manager, Erin, met with both the SHH project team and AELTC in order to discuss the project ahead. The Morgan design team set about creating bespoke version of our Oslo dining chairs, incorporating a loose back cushion with leather strap and buckle detail and a woven rattan back panel. The concept for a light and airy interior was paramount and this use of a traditional material was a detail that The Board at Wimbledon were keen to include.
The nature of the brief demanded that we combine the CNC technology and timber craftsmanship of our Oslo dining chair with the specialist techniques of caning and leather work; working with UK based crafts people, we sourced and refined the custom detailing to achieve the elegant and unique final design.