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2019 WIN Awards: Toronto Marriott Markham - II BY IV DESIGN

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26 Jun 2019

Toronto Marriott Markham - II BY IV DESIGN is an entry in the Hotels, bed-and-breakfast facilities and other overnight accommodation category at the 2019 World Interiors News Awards.

The internationally renowned Toronto Marriott Markham is a 192,000 square-foot luxury hotel, illuminating the Downtown Markham community, a vibrant and flourishing area north of Toronto. Developed and operated by the Remington Group, the LEED Silver building seamlessly integrates features for hotel guests, residents of the neighbouring condominiums, business individuals, and public groups from all cultures and disciplines. A central hub genuinely offering both hospitality and opportunity, it truly is the heart of the surrounding community.

Reinventing the Marriott brand was an opportunity to showcase the brand’s true identity, contemporary, classic, dynamic and brilliantly inspired by the community. This was done by creating a visual story of circular forms, neutral hues, bold lines and exquisite textures and finishes. While the hotel is designed to offer an exceptional experience for every guest and resident, the real gem of this project is the wisdom of harmony and graciousness that begins in the heart of the brand’s core values, radiating from the custom crystal-glass ceiling installation, majestically spiraling upwards onto the staircase, and into all levels of the hotel. Surrounded by an enlightened community, the Toronto Marriott Markham is an opportunity to feel and live hospitality at its finest through the excellence of design.

 

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