Respectable European classics with French charm — this is how you can describe the appearance of the 1890 building after reconstruction. This mansion in the center of Moscow on Novokuznetskaya Street housed a sanitary service thirty years ago, but in recent years the house, which has no historical and cultural value, has become badly dilapidated. A thorough redevelopment and renovation made it possible to turn it into a stylish hotel with a cozy restaurant.
Embossed cornices, contrasting colors, windows with a traditional layout, an antique supporting column on the porch — the facade looks well balanced and trendy. And the arched awnings that adorn the windows of many bistros in Montmartre, and the original illumination of the entrance area reminiscent of the Moulin Rouge, add a Parisian touch to it.
The most striking details in the design of the mansion are the wrought iron fence of the terrace on the third floor and the sconces located between the panoramic windows on the first floor. Made in the spirit of Art Nouveau, they became the “highlight” of this project, organically complementing the architectural ensemble.