The smart vertical community and multifunctional complex of Montreal’s Humaniti reflects the city’s rich aesthetics, diversity and energy with purposeful architecture. Part of the uniquely H-shaped structure’s city-within-a-city concept lies in its intermingling of private and public spaces, a facet which the interior design accomplishes through the spaces it creates to heighten the complex’s relationship with urban life.
Completed in 2021, the development features a world-class, 4.5-star hotel stretching up 11 floors, complete with reception and meeting areas, a private hall and elevators, a beauty spa and an outdoor swimming pool with lounge-bar.
Inspired by the relationship between humans and the urban environment, Hotel Humaniti’s public spaces are free flowing, seamlessly connected and wonderfully centered. Finished and furnished in style, the hotel’s public spaces offer a feel-good colour palette of custom furniture pieces and curated local artwork. Grounded by the authentic materiality of marble-inspired flooring and walls, rich hardwood, venetian plaster ceilings and stone accents, there is a clear focus on quality and craft resulting in harmoniously balanced spaces that promote Humaniti’s holistic vision of living well, being well and feeling well.
In line with Autograph’s uniquely branded boutique collection, hotel guestrooms offer a unique experience. Authentic and rich materials, unexpected pops of colour, bespoke artwork and bold patterns inspired by humanity and the beauty of nature create an experience that is intriguing yet relatable.
Hotel Humaniti’s design goes hand in hand with the complex’s aims to promote well-being and dialogue among its residents and guests. Now WELL and LEED Silver certified, Humaniti is a unique, organic place to live, work, train, entertain and socialize. The complex’s design and materials meet stringent air and water quality criteria; prefer smart, anti-glare lighting systems; promote physical activity; and incorporate inspiring design features and works of art, combining various biophilic design approaches.