Projet 67 is a Montreal based restaurant. Its name refers to the 1967 Universal and International Exhibition more commonly known as Expo 67. The restaurant's menu finds inspiration in its typically culinary Montreal roots but also makes a point to include influences of the many countries present in the late 60's event. One of the key elements of the design is the recognizable logo. It's a representation of the US Pavilion, one of the most emblematic symbols of the Expo. The graphic design reflects the non-traditional and modern layout of this particular era.
From wine glasses, placemats and menus, to gift certificates, business cards and even including the outside vitrine; everything was thought out to mirror a classic, elegant and timeless aesthetic.
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