ACDF Architecture Pays Homage to Montreal at the Hôtel Monville

Blackened-steel rods screen the lobby lounge from the elevators at Montreal’s Hôtel Monville by ACDF Architecture. Photography by Adrien Williams.

Montreal 1642, a tartan bestowed on the city in honor of Scotland’s contribution to its cultural fabric, covers a custom sectional in the lounge. Photography by Adrien Williams.

Fins at the window wall are veneered in white oak. Photography by Adrien Williams.

The hotel’s room-service robot awaits on the reception area’s terrazzo. Photography by Adrien Williams.

Glass encloses the entry vestibule. Photography by Adrien Williams.

For a Montreal-themed photomontage, Valérie Jodoin Keaton snapped 200 shots, combined them with 86 archival images, and printed the result on vinyl. Photography by Adrien Williams.

Custom steel sconces extend from the lounge’s structural columns at the 10-foot mark. Photography by Adrien Williams.

Brass accents the terrazzo bar. Photography by Adrien Williams.

The 20-story structure is distinguished by its custom precast concrete panels. Photography by Adrien Williams.

They frame windows, each corresponding to a guest room or suite. Photography by Adrien Williams.

Custom furniture in a suite includes a wool-covered ottoman. Photography by Adrien Williams.

A headboard wall veneered in white oak anchors a suite’s king-size bed. Photography by Adrien Williams.

Alternating swaths of nylon carpet bring definition to a guest corridor. Photography by Adrien Williams.

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