Introducing M.O.R.P.H.

Modelled by Organising a Range of Pieces However you want!

The amazing first intake of The Emerging Designers provided us with an opportunity we couldn’t pass up.
Working to our brief to design a reconfigurable, reusable, recyclable set piece they delivered “M.O.R.P.H.”.

These three designers, Jane Burfitt, Brianna Schoemaker and Bethany Heidenreich embraced the idea of exploring sustainable outcomes for our industry to help reduce waste but to also offer our clients better value in the long term for their budgets when presenting themselves or their products.

“From my initial concept for the Emerging Designers through to what I was presented at the final phase of the first intake I was amazed at what these three young designers were able to achieve. Their integration with our design and build mentors and the research into all the associated elements of this project will change the way we look at what we do for years to come” said Jason Raft, Iceworks Owner and Founder of The Emerging Designers Program, “Our industry needs to reassess how we design and build to align with better outcomes for the environment. We need to change and it’s the vision of these young designers that can lead the way!”

The M.O.R.P.H. concept was so strong the Iceworks team decided to continue working the concept into a deliverable set and have sent it on its first job!

Stay tuned for the complete rundown on the M.O.R.P.H. design and its capabilities.

Jason Raft