Style & Art was mandated to carry out the major renovation of the Centre Mont-Royal food court. The redevelopment of the food court, the increase in capacity, the creation of better visibility for the restaurants and the improvement of accessibility, were among the challenges of the mandate.
Opting for a sleek design, the kiosk counters were made of wood with a backlight in order to give a rhythm and unity to the space.
Neutral colors have been chosen to ensure an atmosphere of well-being. The white and grey quartz tables as well as the chairs in pale wood laminate harmonize perfectly with the new floor.
All the columns were covered with the same gray quartz in order to integrate them into the decor.
The new ceiling lighting is carried out with false beams and spotlights. A touch of finesse is provided by the suspended lightings above the counter tables.
To bring the space to life, custom boxes for living plants were installed, creating separations between access areas and directing traffic.
As part of the food court, Style & Art was commissioned to also design the facades and the complete layout of the Déjeunette and Déli kiosks
- Centre Mont-Royal, 2200 Mansfield St., Montréal
- Surface area
- 5900 sq. ft.
- Completion date