Few if any come close to the sheer grandeur of the Ritz-Carlton Montreal both in terms of its historic past and new-age lavishness! In fact it is this unique blend of timeless architecture and unparalleled opulence that that awaits the that will move into the residential wing of the hotel.
Even though the street façade remains largely unaltered it is the open plan living area that opens up towards the rear garden transforming the ambiance of the once confined home. Contemporary surfaces are combined with brick walls and an exquisite lineup of stunning decor to usher in a distinct midcentury modern style.
An open plan living area with a large dining space and corner kitchen employ some gorgeous pieces such as the Crate & Barrel Bird Chairs and a color-coded bookshelf to ensure the aura of the space is both engaging and inviting. A smashing home office with invigorating pops of orange is undoubtedly the showstopper of the home while the plush bedrooms in gray with pops of yellow offers a cozy personal sanctuary.
Acting as a perfect gateway between both ecosystems is the stunning designed by Bates Masi Architects. The exquisite contemporary residence spread across was largely defined by both the coastal and wetland ‘zoning laws’ that forced the architects to make the best use of the available lot sandwiched between the two zones.
Most often the chalets that we discover are surrounded by the spectacular Alps and draped in luxury or they offer unabated views of unending ski slopes in getaways such as. But the is a touch different from these usual opulent affairs. Designed by Boom Town and surrounded by a picturesque serene landscape this gorgeous private residence brings the timeless beauty of a woodsy chalet to the modern home.