Montreal, February 15, 2018 — DevMcGill is very proud of the fact that the Noca project’s spectacular sales area produced by Inné-Design has been awarded the Design Award (Prix du design) in the Model Home or Apartment and Sales Office category (Appartement ou maison témoin et bureau de vente) in the course of the Grands Prix du Design’s 11th edition which was held on February 13 at the Casino de Montréal.
Glassed-in conference rooms located in a section lined with wood-panel covered walls offer inviting spaces in which interior finishes are simply and pleasantly presented. A tastefully furnished waiting room also helps to create a relaxing atmosphere. The adjacent model condo offers a very smart and attractive layout as well. There is a great deal of aesthetic sensitivity present in the way in which an actual lifestyle is suggested. This course highlights the project’s strengths, namely airy, bright and contemporary living areas.
Catch Two Birds with One Stone: February 21 Get-Together!
Don’t miss out and come discover this splendid area during a cocktail buffet next Wednesday, February 21 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., at 1551 Basin Street. For this occasion, Nicolas Corbeil, Must Société Director, will be decrypting current design trends.
Noca, a Project Which is Very Much in Demand
Designed by Roch Cayouette, Architect at Provencher_Roy, Noca will set its roots down on the banks of the Lachine Canal, in Griffintown West. Quite the minimalist, he has proposed pure and inviting lines. Already very much in demand, over 50% of the Phase I units have been sold. Construction will begin in spring.
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