Jack Rose is the Montreal restaurant designed by Ivy Studio with a rustic and neogrunge style, since the structure was in the past a body shop. Many of the steel beams that characterized the location were left in their place, above them you can see the original writing of the shop, now faded.
Despite the rustic appearance, highlighted by the rust-red hue that is traditionally associated with this stylistic code, the place is neo-grunge because each element is softened by plants, upholstery and small details that make it evident the great design care. As the study states:
“In a city with long and harsh winters, the owner dreamed of a decor detached from its context with a particularly warm ambiance”.
In fact, all the plants that have been wisely inserted into this environment give a small exotic corner in which to escape, given the cold temperatures of the city.
Lighting is not aggressive, in fact, every bright spot fits perfectly with warm colors, giving an atmosphere of intimacy. Jack Rose is the ideal place to spend relaxing evenings while it’s snowing outside.
You can take a look at the Ivy Studio website here.