How Art Defines a Space

Brand Defining Hotel Art Collections / the Curator & Architect in Conversation : Breakfast Talk

Morgan London hosts Double Decker Curators and Stonehill Taylor for a breakfast discussion which will elaborate on how meaningful artwork collections can play a significant role in shaping the identity of a space.

Double Decker have curated art collections for some of London's most notable developments including Blake Tower at the Barbican and the Frank Ghery Building at Battersea Power Station, as well as some of the world's leading hotel brands. With a holistic and considered approach, their curatorial expertise lends a conceptual edge to all projects.

Together with Vince Stroop, the principle of award winning New York based hospitality-focused design firm Stonehill Taylor, co-founders Wilhelm Finger and Melita Skamnaki of Double Decker will be talking about how the collaboration between art curator and architect can ultimately define a space and it's identity.

The breakfast talk will be hosted in Morgan's unique double height gallery space in the heart of Clerkenwell. Morgan believes that Britain is at the forefront of the art and design movement. Their passion for high quality design and inspiring art has led to the creation of Morgan London, an initiative with which to promote this talent through a series of curated installations and events.

Guests are welcomed for pastries and coffee from 8.30am.


June 12, 2018

8:30 - 9:45

Admission: FREE

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Image: Michael Mann


Morgan London Showroom

1 Dallington Street Clerkenwell London EC1V 0BH

01243 388 000