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| 6 February 2018

Fairmont The Queen Elizabeth

Located in the heart of Montreal’s vibrant business and retail sector, The Queen Elizabeth is a classic hotel of the 1960s that experienced a great revitalization. MMR participated in the bold renovation of the VIP Lounge on the 21st floor and the Presidential suite. The uniformity of the white oak combined with the many details […]

Sun Life Mile End
| 9 February 2017

Sun Life Mile End

In an industrial building, the team participates in a happy marriage of old and modern and the transformation of a building designed for industrial use into a state-of-the-art office space. Creation of a convivial environment in an austere starting environment defined by its mechanical entrails. The cabinetry manufactured and installed by MMR gives life to […]

Boutique Want, Westmount
| 6 December 2016

Boutique Want

This Boutique’s design and décor bears the signature of interior designer Maria Rosa di Ioia. You’ll find furniture pieces that combine natural and classical materials such as American black walnut, Bianco Carrara marble and brushed copper. The woodwork also integrates several lighting elements to better highlight the displays. Furniture in each shop is adapted to […]

Collège des Médecins du Québec
| 6 December 2016

Collège des Médecins du Québec

The College occupies 46 500 square feet of floor space at 1250 René-Lévesque West in Montreal. The entire area comprises 2 adjoining floors connected by a monumental staircase. Woodworking was an important component in the success of this project. The white oak panels applied to the walls and ceilings were the main challenges.

Espace Desjardins
| 6 December 2016

The Desjardins Corner

At the base of the South tower of Complexe Desjardins, the cooperative movement wanted to find a place dedicated to education, cooperation and innovation. MMR was entrusted with the important woodworking pieces that make up these spaces.

designarium
| 6 December 2016

Exocet Chair

Drawing inspiration from nature and more precisely from a flying fish—hence the name “Exocet”—designer Stéphane Leathead created an aesthetically simple and practical chair. Made up of 21 slats of Russian plywood pivoting around an anodized aluminum cylinder, each chair is numbered and unique from the rest. The chair is available in various veneer types and […]

Google office, Montreal
| 6 December 2016

Google Montréal

Every Google project must be unique. The search for new materials and technologies is a rigorous process; all stakeholders must be involved in decision-making and risk management pertaining to anything “new.” Since Google’s woodwork is no exception, furniture was created with a unique roster of materials, including recycled wood, felt, steel and plastics.

La Presse
| 6 December 2016

La Presse

MMR teamed up with P&R Desjardins and Architecture 49 to create the new main entrance to the La Presse newspaper located at 750 St. Laurent in Montreal. Our mandate included the development of a guardhouse, a redesign of the elevator’s interior and the construction of a multimedia wall. This project required a great deal of […]

Miller Thomson
| 6 December 2016

Miller Thomson

The development of high-end law firm offices spread out over 3 floors, located at 1000 de la Gauchetière West. Perfectly integrated storage units that help to create a light and peaceful atmosphere are what characterize this notable woodworking mandate. The reception and conference rooms are made with reconstituted veneers in popular, modern colours.

davies ward phillips vineberg
| 9 February 2017

Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg

A large portion of the millwork at the offices of these lawyers at 1501 McGill College is assigned to MMR; including the doors and frames, the wall panels of the reception and the main conference room, and the complete enclosure of the monumental staircase on 4 floors, all in anigre and maple burl.