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The country's first Design HotelsTM member, StandArt Hotel Moscow has put the city firmly on the hospitality map, especially for those who value top-of-the-line gastronomy, luxurious amenities, and a cosmopolitan ambience right on Pushkin Square. Housed behind a monumental Art Nouveau façade, StandArt surprises with unexpected modernism and sleek lines, boasting 105 carefully designed rooms and suites, some of which offer breathtaking views of the square. Guests and locals mingle in the lobby and the lounge bars, or recharge with a city view and hearty meal at the restaurant, courtesy of the Michelin-starred executive chef.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
With an art degree from the prestigious Stroganov Moscow State University of Arts and Industry up his sleeve, Stanislav Tratsevskiy made a career for himself as an artist and interior designer, eventually earning the attention of the Russian and European elite for their private residences. Now taking a giant leap into hospitality with his futuristic StandArt Hotel Moscow, Tratsevskiy is committed to telling stories through design and art.
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
The Art Nouveau building that houses StandArt Hotel was designed by the renowned architect Pavel Andreev, whose accomplishments include the Bolshoi Theater redesign in 2011. While the exterior is respectful to its historical neighbors, interior architectural features include curved glass and wood ceilings that combine to create a retro-futuristic aesthetic. The interior design is a patchwork of psychedelic paintings, stucco-effect walls, rounded furniture, and artworks by Tratsevskiy himself.