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The Morgan by Robert Stern

by Sophie Cullen on Aug 24, 2015 in Architecture
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Internationally-renowned architect Robert Stern has designed The Morgan, a residential development slated to open in Hong Kong in 2016

Phoenix Property Investors approached Robert A.M. Stern Architects (RAMSA), famed for creating some of the most valuable properties in North America, with the project to design a distinctive residential property for one of the premier locations in Hong Kong, Conduit Road.  The Morgan will be a 28-floor tower with a distinctive podium façade finished in limestone and a vertical green wall. Stern said of the striking proposed design, “I'm very interested and committed to making the liveliest possible streetscapes. A lot of people come and go by car or by foot, so I want to make something attractive for the pedestrian.”

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Incorporating 111 units, many of which will include duplex living spaces, features of the design include a high-ceiling lobby reminiscent of New York grandeur along with balconies and signature terraced set-backs that will give the building a signature character. The clubhouse at The Morgan has been designed and styled to give the residents an opportunity to enjoy a sense of 'Mansion Living', and will include a banquet room, kitchen, swimming pool, gym and private garden. The development is expected to become a hallmark of contemporary classicism and could provide a new standard for luxury residences in Hong Kong.

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