located in recently completely modern mall in the suburbs of Montreal, the design for the Anthropologie at Quartier dix looked to set itself apart from the sleek and modern detailing of it's surroundings through the insertion of age and warmth. The most powerful move occurred immediately at the interior mall entry with the insertion of a re-constructed Belgian music shop . The detailing and coordination of the piece required design, engineering and coordination with engineers, carpenters and General contractors in both the states and canada. In order to emphasize the music shop, soft grey plaster was chosen on either side of the mall piers. More original architectural elements were incorporated into the interior of the store in the area of the sales floor where home product is displayed. To create a clear domestic area of the store, mantels and doors from the 18th century were installed within partial height walls.