The Movement Café is a newly constructed, temporary café and performance space designed by British artist Morag Myerscough in Greenwich, South East London. Situated next to the DLR station, it is on the site of the former Greenwich Industrial Estate and is part of a larger project to regenerate the area. The space was built in anticipation of the now passed 2012 Olympic Games as a gateway threshold to the Olympic borough to serve tourists as well as the residents of Greenwich. Myerscough set these words into the design of the cafe, painting them on large wooden panels to become an eye-catching fixture noting the presence of the new social community space. The framework for the cafe exterior and interior walls are also covered with hand painted Myerscough patterns. The furniture is designed by Morag Myerscough and Luke Morgan from reclaimed laboratory tops with cushions are hand sewn from kite fabric. Sissay’s poem about Greenwich called Shipping Good, commissioned by Cathedral Group, is posted on the walls that wrap the site and will eventually be set permanently into the road that cuts through the site.