Holt Renfrew Ogilvy in Montreal. A sustainable space that houses big brand luxury
Holt Renfrew Ogilvy in Montreal. A sustainable space that houses big brand luxury

Located in Montreal, the new flagship store is the largest Holt Renfrew store in Canada and actually occupies 6 floors. The design of this large store complies with modern ecological standards through the use of sustainable materials such as recycled wood, LED lighting, recycled materials and finishes from renewable sources

Lemay's strategic expertise guided the reconstruction and renovation of the 1912 stone building that now houses Holt Renfrew Ogilvy by creating a space that combines a modern aesthetic with key heritage elements. This major renovation contributes to the cultural development of Montreal's architectural heritage

Holt Renfrew Ogilvy in Montreal. A sustainable space that houses big brand luxury

The project required extensive coordination to seamlessly integrate with the neighboring Four Seasons Hotel and Residences, as both buildings share connected spaces despite being two separate real estate entities

Holt Renfrew Ogilvy in Montreal. A sustainable space that houses big brand luxury

Lemay and his collaborators' exceptional attention to detail is evident on all 6 floors. 
The store is now home to over 99 luxury stores. It combines modern aesthetics with traditional elements, reminiscent of the store when it opened in 1912

Holt Renfrew Ogilvy in Montreal. A sustainable space that houses big brand luxury

There is also a "pop-up display and incubator" space within the building, featuring curated collections and limited edition products from local and international designers. Another centerpiece of the building is the cafeteria, which with the use of warm woods as well as brown carpeting and gold trim reminiscent of the Hollywood Gatsby era of the 1940s. The cafeteria was designed by a Parisian design firm, Laplace

Holt Renfrew Ogilvy in Montreal. A sustainable space that houses big brand luxury

Gallery