Bureau 100 is located in Montreal, Canada. It’s an impressive structure surrounded by other large projects as well. In 2012 the owner agreed on a restoration project involving the reorganization of the first two floors that are occupied by NFOE. Naturally, the project was developed by NFOE et Associés Architectes.
The project occupies an area of 1,015 square meters and was completed in 2012. The first two floors of the building needed a restoration as their interiors were damaged and deteriorated. The main objective of the project was to return them to their original state. To do that, the architects tried to preserve as much as possible from the original design and to restore and recreate the rest. Another goal was to also achieve a stimulating work environment, which was made possible by the use of large windows that let in natural light and dynamic and vibrant colors.
Each floor has a unique design. The ground floor is an open space while the upper level is a more intimate space. Their interiors are simple and elegant and the color palette is neutral with the exception of the waiting area where we can find monolithic green structures and classical columns. Some of the original elements were preserved, such as the original woodwork and the fireplace. The rest of the décor was designed to match these elements but to only provide a modern feel.