Lounge Bar

Jean de Lessard designed and clarifies the dim, chaotic space of a bar that has been in existence for more than 20 years. Very economically, the designer successfully weds exuberance and intimacy, clean lines and friendliness. Project description: To update a space that was both cramped and cold, the senior designer, Jean de Lessard, chose a combination of permeable architectural elements and lively colors in sixties style. Beside the main entrance, de Lessard composed a corner lounge to Read more [...]
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Kazumi Sushi Lounge

Jean de Lessard projected the interior for the Kazumi Sushi Lounge inspired by origami, the ancient art of paper folding, located in the city of Montreal, Canada. A giant origami, covering the main part of the kitchen, with its angular shape, pierced with sushi-pink translucent glass, create the ambience and tone of the restaurant. As soon as they enter, customers are enveloped in a corridor of clear glass set into brightly striped walls. The vinyl covering, in a motif created by the designer, Read more [...]
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Upperkut Agency Offices

Jean de Lessard transformed the basement of the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church, situated in the heart of the Plateau Mont-Royal neighborhood in Montreal, into offices for Upperkut, a growing communications agency. Here is the project description: The company’s owners wanted a space that fit their image: bright and dynamic, with a sense of unity, and easy to expand. They therefore awarded the mandate to creative designer Jean de Lessard, whose award-winning projects have been published many Read more [...]
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