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Four Seasons Hotel in Montreal, Quebec



Four Seasons Hotel in Montreal, Canadian Real Estate Building, Facade Design, Architecture Images
Four Seasons Hotel in Montreal, Quebec
Real Estate Architecture Project Canada ? design by Lemay and Sid Lee Architecture
5 Dec 2019
Four Seasons Hotel Montreal
Architects: Lemay and Sid Lee Architecture
Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada

At the heart of Montreal?s iconic Golden Square Mile, against the stunning backdrop of Mount Royal, the Four Seasons Hotel building combines classic elegance and contemporary style. With a total surface area of 35,000 sqm, the 18-storey multifunctional building includes a 169-room hotel, 18 private residences and 3,250 sqm of commercial spaces.

Designed by Lemay and Sid Lee Architecture, the Four Seasons Hotel Montreal building stands out with its streamlined, uniquely off-set volumes and richly textured accents that embody the luxury and refinement of the world-famous hotel banner. Its interiors and exteriors are also carefully integrated with the historic Holt Renfrew Ogilvy complex.
Delicate, elegant integration

Upon entering, visitors are greeted with a spectacular 5.5-meter-high lobby, which extends harmoniously into the adjoining commercial spaces, creating a distinctive overall experience for the hotel’s residents and guests.

At the heart of the building, an immense atrium is open to residents and hotel guests, who can appreciate Pascale Girardin’s majestic artistic installation, Contemplation. The atrium?s reflecti...
Source: e-architect
URL: https://www.e-architect.co.uk/

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