Ménard Dworkind fills Tiramisu restaurant in Montreal with plants and mirrors

Montreal studio Ménard Dworkind has completed a new restaurant within the city’s Hilton hotel, fronted by an operable glass wall and filled with a variety of plants and eclectic finishes.

The restaurant, called Tiramisu, “recalls the Italian exuberance of the 1960s”, according to the local firm, which was commissioned to design the 3,900-square-foot (362-square-metre) interior that includes a dining room, bar, cafe, and quick-service counter.

Tiramisu’s interiors include a rounded service counter with reflective strips near the entrance

The building’s main frontage sits on Boulevard Saint-Laurent, one of the city’s main commercial arteries. Large movable glass panels run along the

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