Irish Pub Company design of the Irish Whiskey Museum ~ a snapshot of innovation from our portfolio.
The Irish Pub Company designed the Irish Whiskey Museum situated in Dublin 2. This innovative design was the first of its type in Ireland – the first ever Irish Whiskey Museum in the world.
The design team at the Irish Pub Company worked on the design for Murphy’s Victorian Café, McDonald’s Bar, the Retail Space and Tasting Bar making the Irish Whiskey Museum a must see attraction.
- A new way of educating the public about Whiskey.
- The founders saw the market niche and as such the Irish Whiskey Museum concept is innovative.
- An innovative offering, the tour is the first of its kind.
Designed for the flow of visitors, to suit tour groups, to keep people engaged, to allow people to sit and relax in a bar setting, to experience whiskey in all its glory in the tasting bar and to browse the retail section all in one venue was all executed in the design by the Irish Pub Company. The premises, an old Dublin building, covering was transformed into a truly innovative design and visitor experience.
- Beautiful details in the ‘stable door’ bar
- The curved Whiskey Tasting Bar
- Copper features
- Back lit display cabinets
- Rooms with limited space designed to suit tour groups
- Hand Illustrated wallpaper
- A focus on using handcrafted Irish materials
Value: The first Irish Whiskey Museum in the world, gives Ireland a USP and achieves its aim of ‘reclaiming the history of whiskey, an Irish invention, and tell its complex story’.
Benefit & Purpose: The Irish Whiskey Museum is the first in the world – benefiting the industry and the country as a whole through its unique offering.
The guided tour of the museum brings you through five rooms and the tour concludes with guests sampling whiskeys in the beautiful tasting bar over-looking College Green.
With interactivity, education, tasting experience, a retail space and a bar for relaxing in the Design of the Irish Whiskey Museum by the Irish Pub Company is a prime example of innovation in the Irish design sector.