Michael Tozzi, former chef at Olive et Gourmando and Le Club Chasse et Pêche, didn’t hesitate to call on interior design firm BlazysGérard when it came time to open his own restaurant, Dandy.
Ryu sushi restaurant Peel Street, downtown Montreal, fifth in this architectural series, opened its doors to clever, sensitive design by Ménard Dworkind architecture and design (MRDK).
Provencher_Roy and the Port of Montreal have moved forward with the restoration of the Grand Quay site and cruise terminal.
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Designed by Yiacouvakis Hamelin architectes, the new Maison Atelier, completed in 2018, includes the yh2 offices on the ground floor and a new dwelling on the upper floors.
Renovations by NEUF architect(e)s. The architects sought to preserve existing historical elements while updating the building systems to correct serious deficiencies.
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Campus1 Montreal has opened near McGill University. Designed by Diamond Schmitt Architects, the former hotel has been transformed to support an excellent student residence and learning environments.
Designed by Indesign inc. The spatial and material attributes of Sportium stem from the sporting mindset, that of stadiums, sports fields, and athletes aiming for the podium.
Boutique condo in Montreal designed by architects Geiger Huot: this 24-story project combines old and new, with a contemporary design built around a façade of historical townhouses.
Paul Bernier Architecte transformed and expanded a building on Van Horne Avenue in Montreal. The ground floor is for commercial purposes, the second floor has an apartment for rent and the third floor would be the client’s home.
Drawing inspiration in part from the work of Hollywood industrial designer Syd Mead of Ménard Dworkind architecture & design, the idea was to create a singular environment, free from the usual and overused Japanese-themed clichés.