Míle Public House pub restaurant by HUMÁ, Brossard – Canada

November 20th, 2014 by retail design blog

Concept and Challenges: There was a wide field where stood 3 tall trees. It became the gathering of a community of young promising kids. The code name was the one fourth mile being at a one fourth mile of their houses. 20 years later, trees were cut down. Before cutting the third one, our client decided to rent the space to be constructed, in the location of the third tree. We named it the Mile Public House and the story began once again. We created an atmosphere revealing the soul and warmth of friendship. The exterior walls recall the story about the site through a typographic tree inlaid in stone.

Design by HUMÁ / Team: Stéphanie Cardinal + Christine Ménard + Clémence Perrin


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