The Morgan
Niall D Brennan & Associates

July 04, 2005 /

Dublin, Ireland

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The Morgan is located in Temple Bar, the most vibrant and cosmopolitan area of Dublin, that has been undergoing a large scale of urban renewal. Many of the 18th century brick buildings have been revitalised and new ones have been blended in.

The beige Portland stone exterior aptly sets the tone and pace for the Morgan's complete dedication to minimalism throughout the interior.

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Two tall glass doors open to a simple and elegant foyer with a cantilevered marble counter and walls panelled in light beechwood.

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The pale limestone floors and designer furniture, mixed with an antique mirror and chair, add to the subtlety and serenity of the public areas. Designer pieces by Le Corbusier, Arne Jacobsen, Verner Panton and other celebrated designers can be found throughout the hotel.

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The Morgan Bar has polished wooden floors, soft leather seating, wide mirrors, and comfortable red sofas.

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The bedrooms have been designed to create an ultra stylish ambience with minemalistic undertones. Each of the 66 bedrooms and suites have spacious beds in light beechwood. All rooms have satellite TV and video, a state of the art CD hi-fi system, minibar and safe, voicemail, internet access for high speed global data transmission.

The lighting by French designer, Pascal Morgue and commissioned paintings by Irish Artist and Interior Designer Siobhan Mc Donald, all serve to maintain that vital equilibrium inherent in classic minimalism.

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