Located in the heart of Griffintown, the Brickfields is a reflection of its neighbourhood: rooted in the past, but already imagining the future. Designed as a single building, Montreal’s smallest tower combining commercial space, offices and residential units perfectly integrates each section into a single architectural whole, while ensuring their absolute independence thanks to separate entrances.
Two luminous ambiances coexist and juxtapose.
The enhancement of the past identity of the district
The architectural elements and symbols of the past, such as the brick wall and the dormer windows, are highlighted by a warm light. This warm atmosphere is created for the onlookers and users of the Brickfields.
In night mode, the architectural volume with a contemporary character is expressed by light elements inserted in the frame. The details and architectural volume are marked by light. The volume is subtly defined under several identities throughout the evening thanks to the dynamism of its markers.
The nocturnal identity of the Brickfields evolves quietly over the course of the evening, with occasional more animated moments that mark its insertion into the Montreal landscape.
SIGNATURE | Architecture