Mandarin Oriental Moscow offers exclusive luxury residencesMandarin Oriental, Moscow will be home to Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group’s first branded residences and first luxury hotel in Russia. Share
Offering truly exquisite interiors, the design of the 137 unique branded residences was overseen by legendary interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, with luxury services provided by the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. Every apartment at The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Moscow is a piece of architectural art. The shape of the rooms and the large number of windows offer the ideal residential space featuring large 25-metre bedrooms with wardrobes adjoining spacious, naturally-lit bathrooms.
A combined living and dining room enjoys the benefit of a private a kitchen. Apartments on the highest, 4th floor, offer wood-burning fireplaces and six-metre ceilings. With two entrances, one from the lobby, another from the side of a private courtyard, these two-level maisonettes offer a unique living arrangement for Russia. At The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Moscow, maisonettes enjoy special advantages including a hammam, a private gym, a private terrace and a small garden offering an exclusive open-air space in which to enjoy yoga or entertain friends.
The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Moscow open an exciting new chapter in the architecture of central Moscow.
Each of the five penthouses at The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Moscow enjoys a unique layout and design. From every private terrace, owners will enjoy views stretching over sights including the Kremlin, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior and the ancient churches of Zamoskvorechye. With 6-metre high ceilings and wood-burning fireplaces, penthouses also have private elevators direct from the secure underground parking.
Designed with impeccable attention to detail, penthouses feature large 2- and 3- sided living rooms are located in the most specific part of the apartment offering views over the city. Master bedrooms adjoin spacious, naturally-lit bathrooms and also offer expansive wardrobe space.
Working within the strict restrictions of the Kremlin’s security zone, a team of professionals led by Sergey Skuratov managed to do what initially seemed impossible. The historic site will feature four new residential buildings with private courtyards alongside a luxurious hotel with gourmet restaurants housed in carefully-reconstructed historic mansions.
The focus of the architectural ensemble is a pedestrian boulevard, stretching for 200 metres from Sofia Embankment to the park in Bolotnaya Square
Master of classical architecture Ilya Utkin joined Sergey Skuratov’s team to develop the exterior of this new residential quarter. Bringing together East and West, the Residences’ architecture was Inspired by their historic surroundings, the Kremlin heritage and the decorative details of traditional Russian wooden architecture.
Inspired by the Byzantine style, the classic facades of white stone and red brick have a uniform shape with large windows framed by a traditional pattern resembling the carved shutters of a Russian hut. Stone loggias are decorated with laconic geometric patterns, while the balconies of the fourth floor are located above bay windows and are decorated with classic carvings, bringing yet more charm to the complex.
Bringing new luxury to the Golden Island, The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Moscow consist of 137 apartments exclusively decorated by renowned designer Pierre-Yves Rochon. Every apartment at The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Moscow is a piece of architectural art.
The shape of the rooms and number of windows have made it possible to plan the ideal accommodation, where spacious 25-metre bedrooms adjoin naturally-lit bathrooms, and large living rooms lie next to a private kitchen and dining area. Almost all apartments feature windows on two or three sides, whilst some apartments on the last, 4th floor, enjoy wood-burning fireplaces and 6-metre ceilings.
The genius of the luxury interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon is known far beyond the borders of his native France. For over 50 years he has been turning residential and public spaces into works of art. His regular customers include luxury hotel operators such as Four Seasons and Sofitel as well as legendary resorts including Grand-Hôtel du Cap-Ferrat, Cap-Ferrat and Hotel du Lac, Vevey amongst many others.
Every interior that I create is a separate world by itself, as attractive and unique as the Russian soul. — Pierre-Yves Rochon
The Residences’ classic interiors reflect the exquisite luxury of European palaces. Strict columns and elegant, ornamental crystal walls, natural wood, light silk and marble work in harmony to immerse residents in Pierre-Yves Rochon’s world of elegant luxury, where every detail is carefully considered.
The Transitional collection combines both modern and classic style. The neutral palette of calm blue and grey softens the delicate beige, whilst the mirrored surfaces reflect all the interior accents, creating an unforgettable impression.
Textures are at the heart of this collection: suede, chenille and leather interiors combine with metal and glass to create a laconic space with modern furnishings.
By seeking the new and embracing trends, we embody the harmony of colour and form. Modern art is evident in the functionality of every element of the interior, taking on a special significance. Curves meet geometric lines. Soft, tactile textiles meet dramatic pop-art accents. And the serene smoothness of natural stone sits bathed in bright light. Here, contemporary is anything but predictable.
The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Moscow are located in the historic centre of Moscow, the most beautiful area of Yakimanka. This is one of the oldest and most majestic areas of the Russian capital, rich in landmarks and architectural monuments.
The Residences have exceptional views: to the north — the Kremlin, to the west — the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour. On the east side one can admire the residence of the British Ambassador with its lilac garden and in the south — the golden domes of churches and merchant houses of Zamoskvorechye.
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