In its one hundred and fifteen year history, the Gladstone Hotel has created relationships with decades of customers and artists. Inspired by the location's sense of history and romance, Room 204 uses the opportunity of the current renovation to re-imagine an alternate present for the Toronto landmark, a personal interpretation that combines traditional accents with contemporary style. It melds cast-off furniture artifacts with textured wall coverings, creating a uniquely hospitable environment that feels fresh but remains appropriate to its setting.
Room 204 was created by Fraser McIndoe, a Toronto furniture designers who attended the School of Crafts and Design at Sheridan College. He currently designs and coordinates projects at Arc Form, a Toronto millwork and furniture company.