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On Assignment: Corporate Architecture Photography – Capital One Office Building for Montoni Group

To complete this series of corporate architecture photography projects photographed for Montoni Group in 2017, I thought I would share pictures of a new Capital One building located in Montreal.

Shooting the facade was straightforward, I arrived on location late afternoon to capture the sunlight illuminating the facade and stayed for the evening to capture additional dusk shots.

As you can see below, although the exterior is pretty simple architecturally and very functional, it does features some interesting design elements.

However, what impressed me the most about this building were the interiors, beginning with the lobby with its clean interior lines and color scheme. it also features some historical information on the location.


Moving up into the building, it was time to get started on the office spaces. The big windows made it easy to capture the interiors with as much natural light as possible. The environment was really spacious and well thought out.

Leaving the best for last, I had to share with you the cool terrace located on the last floor of the building.

Thanks for viewing!

David Giral is a published Montreal/Toronto based editorial and commercial professional photographer specialized in architecture, interiors, portrait and travel photography.

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