Convent Garden Apartments

Convent Garden Apartments This is an ongoing project of Minima with JCA Architects and Cumnor Construction. The former Mercy Convent is being transformed into 31 unique apartments. The images here are of 3 show apartments furnished and styled by Minima in a mix of our brands Arflex, Arrital Kitchen, Rimadesio and Glas Italia Doors, B&B…

The Barrington

The Barrington The large two bed apartment in Lansdowne place Ballsbridge is the highest quality build and elegant architecture by O’Mahony Pike. Beautiful contemporary garden by BSL Arch on the former Trinity botanical gardens. Concierge service, Library, Gym, Cinema, private dining room. This is Dublin luxury living at its best and now available to purchase…

Minima Ballsbridge

Minima Ballsbridge Established in September 2023, the Minima Ballsbridge showroom stands as the newest achievement by Minima’s. Born from the transformation of two shell units in the heart of Ballsbridge. Every detail, meticulously curated in-house, reflects a commitment to excellence — from spatial planning to architectural considerations, and from the design of stairs to the…

Minima Hanover Quay

Minima Hanover Quay Nestled in the heart of Grand Canal, the Minima Hanover Quay showroom is world full of inspiration for interior designers, architects, and design enthusiasts. Since its 2009 opening, this space has continuously evolved, becoming a premier destination for those seeking the pinnacle of aesthetic excellence and contemporary design, a source of inspiration,…

Convent Garden Villas

Convent Garden Villas Kinsale’s Convent Garden development (Cork) fuses distinctive architectural design with exquisite interior aesthetics. Four newly unveiled modern villas in Winter’s Lane have been introduced to the market, designed by Architect Haroldo Oliveira of JCA Architects. The layout, thoughtfully crafted, features bedrooms on the entry level and an open-plan kitchen, dining, and family…

WB Yeats Ferry

WB Yeats Ferry Minima was tasked with designing Irish Ferries’ new cruise ferry, the WB Yeats. The main condition was to avoid certain shades of green, which could induce seasickness in passengers. Helen Kilmartin, with a 20-year working relationship with Irish Ferries, visited sister cruise ships and shipyards during the design process. The ship features…