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ACDF Architecture Considers an Elegant Aesthetic for Monville

 - Feb 15, 2019
References: acdf & dezeen
ACDF Architecture is a firm based out of Montreal that was tasked to conceive of a high-end hotel design in the area. Dubbed 'Hotel Monville,' the hospitality establishment is spacious and incredibly sophisticated. For the color, the creatives predominantly opted in for a black-and-white palette. This move instills a classy, elevated and somewhat elegantly artistic aesthetic.

Hotel Monville takes up a total of 160,382 square feet and its vastness is only accentuated by the triple-height ceilings. Moreover, the black-and-white pillars instill a rather French vibe which is desirable as Montreal is in the French-speaking part of Canada. ACDF Architecture accents the high-end hotel design with subtle wooden hits.

Photo Credits: Adrien Williams