Coventry University is a public research university in the city of Coventry, England. It was established as a university through the Further and Higher Education Act 1992.

Coventry has adopted a policy of naming its buildings after people or organisations with a significant local or regional impact.

This building began life in 1910 as a factory and has been named after the founder of the Morris car company who used this building as part of its engine production unit. It was converted for use by the University and is now occupied by the Faculty of Business and Law.

The FT10 Wrimatic seat was chosen for this lecture theatre thanks to its ergonomic support, comfort and A3 integrated writing tablet, which with a static weight loading of 240kg, is the most robust writing tablet on the market.

  • fully upholstered contoured back
  • internally sprung seat and back
  • silent gravity tip up
  • cold cured waterproof moulded foam removable seat covers for ease of cleaning
  • no unsightly exposed seat brackets
  • ergonomic design and comfort
  • virtually maintenance free
  • supports turn & learn (collaborative learning pedagogies)
  • shared or individual armrests
  • structural steel frame in seat and back for robust performance and longevity
  • compatible with wrimatic writing tablet
  • contemporary materials and colours
  • thick seat padding
  • variety of finishing options including desking
  • flexible layouts including radial
  • no finger traps