Execution date: 2014
Net area: 1900m2
At its present form, the tenement-house comes from the nineteenth century. However, the oldest details date back to the thirteenth century. The entire building was adapted to the needs of the hotel. In addition, there has been built a contemporary four-storey annex, joined to the historic building. The facades of the building have been renovated, giving it a representative character.
The interior of the hotel has been prepared for the most demanding customers. It is decorated in a warm and visually attractive style, where tradition harmonizes with modernity. High-end design and natural materials create a magnificent interior, which stays in memory for long.
A very impressive space is created in the entrance hall. Shiny stone floors with black and white expressive streaks lead to the luxurious foyer, where reinforced concrete is interspersed with strips of glass and steel, forming the interior of an unusual power of expression.
Hotel guests can enjoy 25 unique rooms.
Furniture design refers to the tradition of the best Polish handicrafts. Made of solid wood, covered with a patina, they add nobility to the beautiful interiors. Wooden surfaces are juxtaposed with carefully selected textiles, such as silk and linen.
Lamps are examples of Italian, minimalist design. They are simple and elegant objects, light both in terms of scale and visually.
The lamps that were selected have been individually designed. Subtle light creates an atmosphere of peace and seriousness.
The bathrooms are designed in full swing. Beautiful exotic stone, which is used for floor and wall cladding, provides the perfect backdrop for high-quality ceramic components and fittings.
Project team consisted of three architects. The scope of biuroKR work includes the supervision of construction works, coordination of the finishing works, original designs of the lamps and furniture.