lunes, 3 de octubre de 2011

St. Paul Hotel


355 Rue mcGill, Montreal, QC CANADA.

The heavy, solid external image of this building, a 1908 example of the Beaux Arts style of the city, contrast dramatically with the interior, where clean forms, airiness, and light stand out.

The project is rooted in contrast, which are found repeatedly from the public areas to the interior of the guest rooms.

 The interior designer works from the premise that is the foundation of every hotel: it's a place where a lot of visitors from different countries come and go in short time spans.

So a rather mute, neutral atmosphere is presented but each room has its own identifiable character.



Want to see more? Visit Hotelspaul.com 

17 comentarios:

  1. Seems lot cooler from outside. Nice share.

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  2. Neutral atmospheres aren't so bad, they go with any mood :)

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  3. Montreal is a cool city, I've never been but the buildings there seem so cool!

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  4. Judging by the outside, i would've never guessed it looks so modern inside. Really really nice.

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  5. That is really lovely. There are some excellent Arts & Crafts and Edwardian homes in my town, but Beaux Arts was never really seen here, sadly. I love that modern interior too.

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  6. Lovely Hotel, can't wait to visit Canada!

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