Hotel Mirage by Studio Marco Piva, Kazan – Russia

April 3rd, 2013 by retail design blog

Mirage Hotel, a luxury 5-star hotel with a business orientation. Its original schematic architecture – developed by a Yugoslavian engineering company – has been revised and expanded by Studio Marco Piva, which is also responsible for all the hotel’s interiors. The hotel, featuring 109 rooms, basically consists of two blocks linked by a plinth, developed on two floors, containing public areas. In this project the fundamental concept is the offspring of the idea of “mirage” and “illusion”. Each area then features a key theme, a specific concept, on which the design idea is based.

Designed by Studio Marco Piva


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