Aesop Petite Bourgogne Store by Alain Carle Architecte, Canada

Dark green suede and brass details were used by Alain Carle Architect to make this store for skincare brand Aesop feel like a jazz club. The local firm designed the interior for the store in Montreal’s Petite Bourgogne – or Little Burgundy – a neighbourhood in the southwest of the city, historically known for its music scene. “The interior draws influence from the neighbourhood’s heyday as a jazz hub, when the music of Oscar Peterson or the Sealey Brothers could be heard from the streets,” said a statement from Aesop.

Source: Aesop Montreal store by Alain Carle draws on local jazz heritage

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