Montreal Commerce Design competitors open doors to voters
Montrealers have until the end of August to vote for the best commercial interior design for 2015
Twenty Montreal businesses are holding an open house today and are inviting the public in to meet the designers who created their interior spaces.
The restaurants, boutiques, bakeries and showrooms are all finalists in the 2015 Montreal's Commerce Design competition.
It's up to the public to vote on the jury's selection.
The annual competition is aimed at encouraging shop owners to use the services of professional designers to enhance their space.
"It benefits the citizens, the merchants and also the city to have great places to visit and shop," said Stéphanie Jecrois, a design commissioner with the Montreal Design Bureau.
"It's all about contributing to the economic development of the city and also the vitality of the neighbourhoods."
20 finalists to choose from
- La Maison Simons, Galeries D'Anjou.
- Au Pain Doré, 5214 chemin de la Côte-des-Neiges.
- Bar Big in Japan, 4175 St-Laurent Blvd.
- Boulangerie Guillaume, 5132 St-Laurent Blvd.
- Boulangerie Hof Kelsten, 4524 St-Laurent Blvd.
- Le balconier, 1589 Mont-Royal Ave. East
- Mylène B, 5259 St-Laurent Blvd.
- Pizzeria No 900, 1248 Bernard St. West
- Ramacieri Soligo, 815 Querbes Ave.
- Impasto, 48 Dante St.
- Le Rosemont, 2440 Rosemont Blvd
- Manitoba, 271 St-Zotique St. West
- Bar Furco, 425 Mayor St.
- Cahier d'Exercices, 369 St-Paul St. West
- Galerie LeRoyer, 2170 de la Montagne St.
- Privé par David d'Amours, 360 Notre-Dame St. West
- Kyozon, 1458 Crescent St.
- Mimi la Nuit, 22 St-Paul St. East
- Cuisines Steam, 7865 St-Laurent Blvd.
- Mesón, 345 Villeray St.
The public has until the end of August to vote.