Posts Tagged ‘montreal’

Au Pain Doré bakery café by Naturehumaine, Montreal – Canada

August 25th, 2014

The spatial concept of the project was inspired by the lattice of wooden bread baskets. A structural wooden frame holds a series of randomized wood slats creating a lattice that opens and closes to create space for lighting and ventilation.

BEVO Bar and Pizzeria by Camdi Design & Bloom Lighting Group, Montreal

February 21st, 2014

Brousseau’s team set about the re-design from a blank canvas. All existing wood was painted black to create a dramatic contrast against the stone walls, and a 70ft long bar was installed with its front and shelves behind illuminated with LEDs. Bubble chairs were suspended under the staircase and a brand new pizza oven was made visible to diners.

BICOM offices by Jean de Lessard, Montreal – Canada

February 18th, 2014

Wanting to rethink how offices have typically been laid out, de Lessard re-imagined the office as a stylized, offbeat village with the archetype of a small house being the inspiration.

Maison Christian Faure pastry shop & school, Montreal – Canada

February 6th, 2014

Dedicated to the beautiful art of pastry making, Maison Christian Faure is not just a pastry shop, snacking parlor and boutique for sweet gifts, it is also and above all the first international school dedicated to French pastry in Canada!

Marriott Courtyard Montreal Airport by Camdi Design & Bloom Lighting Group, Montreal

February 5th, 2014

Bloom Lighting Group created the custom lighting that features throughout the re-designed areas, including a center piece decorative chandelier in the lobby. The chandelier has a vertical polished chrome center pole supporting protruding spoke like arms of various lengths.

Chemins d’Or – Les Galeries D’Anjou by IDX Design + COM, Montreal – Canada

October 25th, 2013

The floor displays were designed to maximize the visibility, the brightness and brilliance of the jewelry, physical ergonomics and security of the product. The success of a jewelry store is strongly attributed to the personality of its salespeople and the relationship that they have with the clientele.

Mexx store by IDX Design + COM, Montreal – Canada

October 23rd, 2013

The MEXX boutiques are an exercise integrating the simplicity and creativity of Amsterdam in maximalist and overwhelmingly noisy environments. This is mainly done by integrating noble materials, authentic old world textures, maximizing open and brightly lit space, the endless use of white and the restraint of design in order to leave room for the shape and color of the goods. The openness and clarity allow the client to feel respected and safety.

The Dom Rebel showroom by Igloodgn, Montreal – Canada

September 11th, 2013

What makes the Dom Rebel’s design so unique is the artistic way in which each article of clothing is carefully showcased as a work of art as well as the detail behind the design idea, carefully matching the clothing style to the showroom, rugged and refined.

DESIGN/WOOD exhibition at Fashion & Design Festival by Tuxedo, Montreal

August 23rd, 2013

The terrace allows festival-goers to take a break and converse in a symbolic sculptural universe that reflects the union between the fashion industry and this renewable resource that is simultaneously beautiful, versatile and environmentally-friendly.

Hörst boutique by lg2boutique, Montreal

June 3rd, 2013

Hörst boutique by lg2boutique, Montreal

BLUE Communication office by Jean Guy Chabauty & Anne Sophie Goneau, Montreal

March 26th, 2013

The principal concept was to wield expansive zones of living space in correspondence with the towering 30 ft. ceilings. The conference room is enveloped with high glass panels, thus allowing the box to float subtly into the space while conserving acoustic privacy.

Cahier d’Exercices store by Saucier + Perrotte Architectes, Montreal

February 3rd, 2013

Cahier d’Exercices is located at the entrance level of the historic Ross warehouse-store. The stone façade, its cast iron columns, and an expansive brick wall (punctuated with pieces of wood and metal) that runs the length of the store recall the 19th Century building’s industrial past as a retailer of large tissues, leathers and furs.

Hambar restaurant by GHA Design, Montreal

January 8th, 2013

Upon entering Hambar, one is greeted by a full-height showcase of theatrically illuminated suspended cured meats. Beyond, the majestic volume of sparkling surfaces, including a full height imposing wine cellar, is tempered by masculine touches of leather and walnut, all within a convivial and bustling urban dining scene.

Salon Urbain by Sid Lee Architecture & Ædifica, Montreal

October 31st, 2012

Sid Lee Architecture and Ædifica turned the parking area at Place des Arts into a Salon Urbain, a versatile new space ideal for meeting up before or after a musical performance, a gallery visit or a conference.

Kinoya japanese bistro by Jean de Lessard, Montreal

October 5th, 2012

Modern yet imbued with tradition, this little gem of Japanese cuisine deserved for its jewel case nothing but an unusually inventive design.

Videotron flagship store by Sid Lee Architecture & RCAA, Montreal

August 9th, 2012

Today is the day Videotron opens its new flagship store, a unique, avant-garde business space in the heart of downtown Montreal. The in store environment is the collaborative work of Sid Lee Architecture, Sid Lee, the Videotron team, and a number of partner suppliers.

Dynamite and Garage flasghip store, Montreal

July 27th, 2012

With Dynamite’s touches of glam and rich accents on the first floor catering to the sexy career woman, and Garage filling the lower level with authentic materials creating a truly chill-out space for eclectic teens.

Stylexchange Faubourg by Sid Lee Architecture, Montreal

June 25th, 2012

Stylexchange Faubourg is a retail outlet located in one of the entrances of a Ste. Catherine Street historic food mall. Located right next to Concordia University’s campus in downtown Montreal—a young and vibrant student neighborhood—the boutique blends seamlessly into the urban landscape of this diverse, multicultural part of town.

De Farine & D’eau Fraîche pastry boutique by Surface3, Montreal

March 9th, 2012

De Farine & D’eau Fraîche is a pastry boutique, whose concept is founded on love, naiveté, and escapism. In designing the space, Surface3 sought to capture the essence of pastries and the way we enjoy them in a way that is simple, magical and lasting; from the exchange of pastries as a ritual signifying love and friendship, to the pleasure inherent in simple indulgence.

Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 – MAVI

March 8th, 2012

Bread & Butter Berlin 2012 – MAVI