Autor Rooms

Rooms 4   Interior Design Mateusz Baumiller
The Original Magdalena Ponagajbo, Michał Pawlik, and Piotr Ręczajski

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Rooms
4
Interior
Design Mateusz Baumiller
The Original Magdalena Ponagajbo, Michał Pawlik, and Piotr Ręczajski

As a result, one enters Lwowska Street, where Autor Rooms resides, and discovers a stunning world of beautiful historical houses and structures from the early 1900s. Here, Old World architectural touches—stucco, crown moldings, and aged floors—produce a classy setting for the hotel’s avant-garde artwork.

Architecture

UNTOUCHED BY TIME

Found in Warsaw’s Śródmieście district, the Art Nouveau building that houses the hotel stands in bold contrast to the architectural personality of nearby Konstytucji Square, a classic example of the so-called socrealistic architecture that developed right after WWII.

Architecture
UNTOUCHED BY TIME

Found in Warsaw’s Śródmieście district, the Art Nouveau building that houses the hotel stands in bold contrast to the architectural personality of nearby Konstytucji Square, a classic example of the so-called socrealistic architecture that developed right after WWII.

As a result, one enters Lwowska Street, where Autor Rooms resides, and discovers a stunning world of beautiful historical houses and structures from the early 1900s. Here, Old World architectural touches—stucco, crown moldings, and aged floors—produce a classy setting for the hotel’s avant-garde artwork.

Interior Design

MATEUSZ BAUMILLER

The large oak table in Autor Rooms’ common space boldly announces the hotel as a place of masterworks and sublime craftsmanship. The property was designed by architect Mateusz Baumiller, along with input from the creative owners and numerous area artisans.

The curators of the Starter Gallery provided the art; Zuo Corp fashion studio designed the bathrobes for the bathrooms; Ultralight produced the unique handmade lighting; and Maria Jeglinska, one of the rising stars on both Polish and international design scene, produced the hotel’s custom glassware, mirrors, and door handles.

Interior Design
MATEUSZ BAUMILLER

The large oak table in Autor Rooms’ common space boldly announces the hotel as a place of masterworks and sublime craftsmanship. The property was designed by architect Mateusz Baumiller, along with input from the creative owners and numerous area artisans.

 
 

The curators of the Starter Gallery provided the art; Zuo Corp fashion studio designed the bathrobes for the bathrooms; Ultralight produced the unique handmade lighting; and Maria Jeglinska, one of the rising stars on both Polish and international design scene, produced the hotel’s custom glassware, mirrors, and door handles.

Interior Design
MATEUSZ BAUMILLER

The large oak table in Autor Rooms’ common space boldly announces the hotel as a place of masterworks and sublime craftsmanship. The property was designed by architect Mateusz Baumiller, along with input from the creative owners and numerous area artisans.

The curators of the Starter Gallery provided the art; Zuo Corp fashion studio designed the bathrobes for the bathrooms; Ultralight produced the unique handmade lighting; and Maria Jeglinska, one of the rising stars on both Polish and international design scene, produced the hotel’s custom glassware, mirrors, and door handles.

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