Located in the vibrant district of Griffintown in Montreal, this brand new MUST boutique has been built in former industrial suites from the 1950s. The original materials and rooflights were carefully integrated into the design.

The respect for the building's legacy as well as the addition of contemporary elements make this design a real success. Construction management, in close collaboration with Maison Corbeil, made it possible to adjust the project to the various concepts proposed by Éric Corbeil.

Whether you are looking for decoration items, furniture (MUST SOCIÉTÉ and Ligne Roset), a meal (La bête à pain), flowers and plants (Prune les Fleurs), High-end audio/video equipment (Fillion Électronique), furniture for your terrace (Jardin de ville), or looking for a good recipe to impress your friends (Cooking classes given by great chefs from Montreal) you are in the right place.
Architects
Daniel Levasseur
Interior design
Paprica, Louis Gagnon
Total area
17,900 sq.ft.
Year
2016
Costs
confidential
Duration
5 months
Photo credit
LEM