Minéral Bar is a new concept in Montreal designed by Blanchettes Architectes combining different ambiences – from “late-afternoon opening to late-night peak”.
The key point was lighting so the architects went for luminous wall paints and glass surfaces that let the light travel through the space, setting the mood of the bar. A geometrical wooden installation above the bar was inspired by Japan and old wine cellars while polycarbonate panels separate the greenery between the rooms in a truly soft transition.
Insets of leather and dark wood come with the furniture that change their character according to the time of the day and the colors of lights, offering an array of experiences that continue to redefine Minéral Bar for its guests.
Photography by Atelier Welldone