The double-volume living spaces also benefit from the use of large sliding glass doors which not only connect the interior with the garden outside but also bring in additional light. It is this seamless connectivity between both zones that defines the overall design of.
A similar neutral color scheme is utilized in the bedroom and bathroom as well giving the a serene yet refreshing modern vibe. Spread across and surrounded by a lush green forest the in seems like a perfect refuge for those who wish to escape the mundane rush of big city life.
The exterior of the hotel with its intricate stone molding is being carefully restored and the interior is crafted to reflect similar motifs that pay tribute to the past. The private condominiums vary between and in size and promise captivating views of Mount Royal and the vibrant city skyline.
A grand entry welcomes you into the home with the living area being housed on the top level along with the bedrooms. The basement level features additional kitchen and social spaces and a smart neutral color scheme is employed across the three floors.
The living area plays host to large Moooi Non Random Lights the unmistakable Platner coffee table and twin comfortable swivel chairs with a distinctive winged design from G Plan Vintage. Wallpaper in cool gray shapes the backdrop while plush choices and colorful cushions complete this space.