© Szymon Polański
Poland

Moxy Hotel, Centrum Praskie Koneser

Blending History and Modernity

Moxy are redefining the experience of economy hotels. Located within Koneser, an old vodka distillery, they wanted to blend the history of the building with the modern attitude of the brand. With the industrial architecture fitting perfectly with the attitude of Moxy, the task was to design a decorative ceiling with acoustic capabilities that would complement the space.

Opting for custom-shaped MINERAL Sonic Element Hexagon floating ceilings, the architect has created a look that is industrial and minimal. Demountable Armstrong METAL F-L 601 ceilings with custom wall profiles were installed in the corridors, adding to the streamlined and highly contemporary finish throughout.

Projektdaten

  • Architekt: arch. Barbara Kowzan, Manuttone
  • Endkunde: Liebrecht-Wood
  • Fotorechte: © Szymon Polańsk

Projektinformationen

  • Segment: Leisure & Hospitality
  • Raumtyp: Lobby / Circulation Areas / Corridor
  • Materialien: Mineral / Metal
© Szymon Polański
© Szymon Polański
© Szymon Polański

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