Ester Bruzkus and Patrick Batek were commissioned by AZIMUT to develop the new vision for their international chain of hotels. Remaining true to their high aspirations and to their restrained style, the architects have created a series of modern and charming 3-star-plus hotels with a warm yet simple atmosphere. AZIMUT Moskow was the first project in which this concept was put into practice. 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. Bruzkus Batek 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.