Born and raised in Southern California, Morgan took an early interest in the creative arts. She attended Baylor University and earned a degree in Communications with an emphasis in Film & Digital Media. Throughout her professional career, she has worked as an advertising executive focusing on luxury real estate, a freelance marketing consultant and a project manager for a tech start-up. Morgan loves the history behind buildings and how culture and topography have informed their design. A global traveller, she emphasises provenance and local materials in her designs as well as the natural synergies, such as sustainability that emerge from this approach. Her designs emphasize the emotion and soul of buildings and combine architectural details that improve overall wellness and quality of life.
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A one bedroom flat in a former mews house located in Queen’s Park are of London. Designed to function as a space to entertain, a creative refuge and a microcosm of their flourishing careers, the flat uses symmetry, space and light to elegantly create this atmosphere.
A converted Victorian factory in the borough of Islington will serve as Levi’s new office and incorporate a first of it’s kind for Levi’s heritage denim workshop. The design incorporates an on-site tailor, as well as comfortably accommodates its daily business and provides a historical through-line of the brand’s prestigious past, its cutting edge future. Heritage sustainability and relevancy will be foundational pieces of the office design and clearly reflect the company’s progress and authentic future.
thewell hotel is in an 18th century mews house located in the historic heart of Clerkenwell. An area of London once renowned for water and it’s associated healing properties. Inspired by English bath house culture and championing reclaimed materials and sustainability, thewell brings luxury and wellness to the heart of the capital.
Location: The medieval central London district of Clerkenwell was built around the ruins of a former monastic settlement. The area is laced with cobbled alleys and old converted warehouses of lost trades and industries. In a serendipitous turn, modern Clerkenwell is once again the location of craftsmen and women, artists, designers and architects, with more creatives per square mile than anywhere else on the planet. Now home to creative
agencies, renowned design houses, world class architecture firms, top restaurants, quirky cocktail bars and hip cafes. The Well’s design spirit is directly inspired by the history of Clerkenwell and and its layered and sometimes hidden elements. Unassuming on the outside, the hotel offers spa suites, bath houses and a communal living room for guests to enjoy.
A holistic garden inspired by medieval physic gardens gives guests access to nature in the middle of the city.