Posts Tagged ‘montreal’

Espace CDPQ Offices by Lemay, Montreal – Canada

May 8th, 2018

A vertical, wood-panelled element connects the two levels in an organic fashion. Its central placement evokes a tree whose vast canopy shelters the laneway. The lustrous finish of this white canopy diffuses daylight, while artificial lighting is deployed like clotheslines across an alleyway. The fixtures follow the lines of the ceiling, which itself is designed to look like an inverted landscape.

Ssense store by David Chipperfield Architects, Montreal – Canada

May 5th, 2018

In order to preserve the bones of the structure, a concrete shell was inserted behind the timber facade, allowing contemporary and minimalist interiors contrast with the more decorative exterior.

Go Orthodontistes clinic by Natasha Thorpe, Montreal – Canada

March 9th, 2018

The design of the floor plan aims to take full advantage of natural lighting. The project is designed as a platform of cohabitation between doctors, clinicians, and visiting patients. The flow of the space naturally leads visitors in past the reception area and into the waiting room.

Lightspeed Office by ACDF Architecture, Montreal – Canada

September 27th, 2017

With its distinctive architecture and its historical significance, the building is an iconic landmark that stands out in Old Montreal’s skyline. Inspired by the contrast between the historic railway station and the growing tech company, ACDF created a functional and lively office space.

Playster Office by ACDF Architecture, Montreal – Canada

September 22nd, 2017

To give their clients an environment suited to the company’s high energy and creativity, the architects transformed the space using a contemporary, open concept design highlighted by a clever play of bright colours and white surfaces.

Centre Hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal by CannonDesign + NEUF architects, Montreal – Canada

September 19th, 2017

From a healthcare delivery perspective, each of the 772 rooms includes ample space for family involvement, and expansive windows offering some of the best views of the city. Importantly, the entire building is designed following universal design principles, and impressively, the vast majority of the 12,000+ rooms in the building were designed following a small number of standardized room templates.

Rubika Offices by Inside Studio, Montreal – Canada

June 26th, 2017

While large volumes in black and yellow regroup all the main services (reception, kitchen, projection screen and teacher’s lounge), all circulation flows through one central area housing different functions (lunch room, workspace and agora), promoting passive interactions between users.

Aesop store by Alain Carle Architecte, Montreal – Canada

March 17th, 2017

The notion of nature is continued and explored through the three birch trees that goes straight through the ceiling and stands at the heart of the space as a visual focus. The element of water brings to mind a sense of contemplation, fluidity and its changing states.

Le Manoir store by Agence Tuxedo, Montreal – Canada

February 19th, 2017

In order to support Le Manoir’s multipurpose offering, the concept behind the floor plan was an open space layout with the welcome desk being in the centre of the space. This elegant, multifunctional core piece serves as a service area, a waiting area, and a retail space combined.

Le Super Qualité restaurant by David Dworkind, Montreal – Canada

January 28th, 2017

Camden Offices by Inside Studio, Montreal – Canada

December 19th, 2016

Each room in the core is associated with an artist that reflects the client’s philosophy and spirit such as Amy Winehouse, Frida Kahlo, Kurt Cobain and Jimi Hendrix. The resulting space is raw, layered, compact, efficient, brazen, and will accompany this marketing firm to its bright future.

PEDICA – Cobbler + comfort shoe store by ABNORM studio, Montreal – Canada

December 11th, 2016



The cobbler side in white invites passersby to enter while the black retail space offers a divergent shopping experience. The retail side ends on a mirror background reflecting a rhythmic shelving system, which in turn accentuates the depth of the space with a tunnel effect. Two separate services, clearly defined, all in one store.

Crew Offices and Cafe by Henri Cleinge, Montreal – Canada

September 28th, 2016

A line of conference rooms – which can be booked by anyone – is divided by internal partitions and clad in bronze-plated steel to match the ornate detailing of the high ceiling.

Hoogan et Beaufort restaurant by APPAREIL architecture, Montreal – Canada

July 31st, 2016

Raw materials such as steel, wood and concrete, were selected to complement with the spirit of the place. The style is simple, but warm, and signed by Kim Pariseau, Founding Architect of APPAREIL architecture.

PixMob Offices by Jean de Lessard, Designers Créatifs, Montreal – Canada

July 9th, 2016

Free movement is another key aspect. Knowing that vibrations affect the structure of things and the mind, the idea of sound propagation and of connectivity is emerging from a succession of open space rooms where 45 workstations and a café are placed.

Mackage flagship store by Burdifilek, Montreal – Canada

May 17th, 2016

Backlit, wall-to-wall photography of Canada’s rocky mountains, sculptural marble displays in the shape of icebergs and trim black racks with thin marble shelves articulate each zone.

AT Office by Est Architecture, Montreal – Canada

May 16th, 2016

The choice of materials is simple: the wood in the form of plywood and OSB as well as glass. The resulting image is consistent with the carrier’s philosophy of openness, simplicity and transparency in addition to creating a warm, relaxed and cheerful working environment.

Atelier New Regime store, Montreal – Canada

April 18th, 2016

Occupying the ground floor premises of a lowrise building, it measures approx. 56 sqm. [600 sq.ft.], and features an interior that’s entirely dipped in a funky, bright orange hue, including the windows, and all furnishings and fixtures.

Aesop store by Naturehumaine, Montreal – Canada

March 10th, 2016

A monolithic demonstration sink covered in local limestone stands as a visual anchor in the middle of the store compelling visitors to move around it in order to explore the nuances and elements of the walls.

Beauty Boutique Store by Tuxedo, Montreal – Canada

January 8th, 2016



Montreal’s first Beauty Boutique