Architectural projects

Swissôtel Krasnye Holmy, Moscow, Russia

The Swissôtel Krasnye Holmy Hotel is located in the centre of Moscow, in the eastern part of the Kremlin Island, between the Moscow River and the bypass channel, near the Garden Ring Road - one of the famous ring roads of Moscow.

The award-winning, state-of-the-art hotel serves both the growing business and tourism market in Central Moscow.

Being one of the highest buildings in Moscow, the 34-storey building features spectacular views of downtown Moscow. Its design plays with geometries, its circular tower is being paired with a stepped, rectilinear podium. The elegant guestrooms provide latest technology and exclusive amenities for the discerning traveller. The hotel construction was designed by Russian architects TTA, together with the international architect firm Woods Bagot. The work of the interior design was assigned to BBG-BBGM, an interior design firm which is internationally recognised as a one of the leaders in the design of hotels, spas, restaurants and other hospitality projects.

The contemporary Swissôtel Conference Centre located near the hotel offers seven multi-functional conference halls. They are constructed without hindering columns to offer spacious rooms which are suitable for different formats of occasions. The Grand Ballroom offers space for 500 people and measuring 557 square metres is one of the biggest in Moscow. With ILBAGNOALESSI One washbasins and urinals installed, sophisticated design can also be discovered in the restrooms.

Architects                                         Woods Bagot and TTA

Interior Designers                          BBG-BBGM

Opening                                            2005

Location                                            Moscow, Russia

LAUFEN products                          ILBAGNOALESSI One washbasins and urinals