A few steps away from McGill University, a destination for the best macchiato in Town. Managed by 2 passionate baristas in a retro-contemporary décor of warmth, and authenticity.MORE
The client was fond of warm and minimalist décor. Few interventions were necessary to revamp this French bistro. The façade and the drop ceiling in the window were painted in a dark gray to create a continuance from the outside to the inside and an over scale volume that would be appreciated from afar. The new suspended glass light fixtures and creative vertical stripes on the wall perfectly fit with the urban elegance the client strived for.MORE
Located at the ground level of a centenarian house, this traditional French cuisine restaurant attracts locals and others who live on and off the Island, many regulars.MORE
Located at the ground level of a centenarian house, this traditional French cuisine restaurant attracts locals and others who live on and off the Island, many regulars. The integration of motifs, volumes, textures and tone on tones were the artistic direction to create an atmosphere of a classic French residence.MORE
Once upon a time, a jewellery box was crafted of detailed mouldings and carved trims, lacquered in high gloss carmine red color, resembling a European antique.MORE
This window over the Plateau Mont-Royal neighbourhood was inspired by the « French bistros ». “The fine cuisine has to be the center of attention”, claims the owner.MORE
“O’thym” is a wordplay in French, meaning pretentious and the spice at the same time… but this place is far from being presumptuous! Amongst artist souls and the city Homo sapiens, it is located in the heart of the downtown area, the cultural destinations and the night life.MORE
Development of all construction plans and details for quotation and construction.