The opening of a Coventry machine tool showcase will give residents an opportunity to learn from and learn from the work of the city’s leading industrial designers.
The exhibition will showcase work by Coventry’s top industrial designers including Chris Anderson, Paul Laidlaw, Peter Ralston, Peter Higgs, and Steve Higgs.
It will also feature work by the Coventry Museum of Art, which has recently opened a branch in Coventry.
The Coventry Machine Tool Exhibition will be held from April 7 to 10 at the Covent Garden Exhibition Centre, a new museum building in Covent Gardens.
It was designed by CPA Group, the firm behind the New York City Museum of Modern Art and the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.
A press release from Coventry Mayor Andrew Gilligan said the show will showcase the talents of the local community, while also providing a venue for residents to learn and see what Coventry has to offer.
Coventry Machine Tools was founded in 1993 by the owner of the Covents machine tools factory in North London, Peter Laidjski, and the firm’s CEO, Peter Walser.
The show will be led by CPP CEO, John Higgs who will present work by Chris Anderson and Paul Lendlaw.