PROJECT NAME: Mercure Hotel Kyiv
LOCATION: KYIV, UKRAINE
PHOTOGRAPHY: ANDREY MIKHAILOV
WALL ART: Vlad Goldakovskiy
The architectural concept of the hotel Cosmopolite was designed by Vlad Goldakovskiy, for ADC Group in 2009-2011. The construction began in 2010 and finished in 2012.
The core consept for the design was the dedication for the Soviet avantguard style. Each room floor has a main consept scenario connected to on of the 5 famous artists in soviet avantguard: Rodchenko, Malevich, Exter, Burluk, Kandinskiy.
The Hotel is the part of the Cosmopolite Retail center designed by ADC Group in previous period.
When i started to make first scetches of the hotel, i had some different volume variations with the same technical and economic indicators.
It consist of:
- 135 rooms on 5 guest rooms - 10 suits, and 125 standart rooms, 10 interconnected rooms
- one restaurant on the ground floor with beer production, working mostly for outside guests comming for dinner
- restaurant on the first floor with the breakfast area for the hotel guests
Waiting zone. I have designed all the rugs in the lobby and throughout the hotel. I have drawn the models of the rugs in vector and sent it to production EGE factory.
Also a big wall carpet designed by Vlad Goldakovskiy. You can find a quote by Albert Einstain in the bottom of it; "Reality is merely an illusion albeit a very persistent one. This rug also works with the Suprematist tradition.