Located in a former garage in the Griffintown district, Pearls and Paddock is a modern restaurant designed by Maurice Martel Architecte. This restaurant is the result of an awesome collaboration between designers, architects, and restaurateurs. The concept of comfort is used in every detail of the restaurant with a strong gesture in the heart of the building.
The concept of comfort can be found in terms of acoustic, light, furnishings, and space to offer the customer an awesome moment and also a privileged workspace for the staff. This project has a strong project, a breakthrough in the heart of the building.
In the heart of the building, the breakthrough makes a big possibility to install a glass roof in the restaurant. It is an awesome opening that can give the restaurant front part an interior courtyard atmosphere, enhanced by nature presence.
In contrast with the bright and open section, the rear dining room shines awesomely with its privacy. This dining room also can be closed for more tranquility. The recurring colors and shapes can create a visual coherence in terms of atmosphere, magnifying the experience and the place.
Pearls and Paddock Gallery
Photographer: Atelier Welldone