Azimut Hotel Moscow

Moscow 2012

Located in the gutted shell of an old textile factory from 1867, guests are welcomed by the brick ambience of the industrial revolution. The decor of the rooms follows on from the “smart concept” developed by the architects: to use limited space in a highly functional way. BruzkusBatek designed the furniture for maximum use of space and comfort.
As a special feature many of the rooms at Azimut Moscow are decorated with whitewashed brick walls – a tribute to the old textile factory.
The golden reception block is used in all newly designed AZIMUT Hotels, accompanied by dark flooring and light oak wall panelling. The concept includes the striking signage installations as well as furniture and lighting for the public areas, designed for AZIMUT by Ester Bruzkus and Patrick Batek together with the Berlin based graphic design studio Bailey und Bailey.

by BruzkusBatek
TEAM Patrick Batek, Ester Bruzkus, Julia Mair, Veronika Chikowa, Katja Schuster
COMPLETION October 2012
AREA 2955 sqm
PHOTOGRAPHER Patricia Parinejad, K+W Fotografie