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Located in the lobby of the building that is home to Montréal’s Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, Café Constance by Atelier Zébulon Perron is both stately and whimsical. It’s meant to serve those seeing performances, but the café is an event in itself. Vintage elements mix with custom ones in the 1,390-square-foot space. Walnut tables wind through the café in unexpected shapes, and custom blush lamps above evoke the motion of dancing skirts. Floral patterns are sprinkled in, alongside leather. Beveled glass, brass, mirrored elements, and velvet also make an appearance. “We adopted a theatrical approach in order to build a sort of spectacle that is really quite literal,” explains Zébulon Perron, founder and lead designer. Through Atelier Zébulon Perron’s design, the café becomes more than a place to eat and drink, serving as a space to linger, feel at ease, and enjoy the atmosphere.
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