An intimate hotel is under construction in Krakow's Kazimierz district between narrow streets and old tenement houses. The building designed by INDO Architekci, despite its modern form, fits in with the surrounding compact downtown buildings.
Thehotel, located at 10 Warszauera Street in Cracow, is a five-story building with an additional usable attic. The body of the building consists of two parts: a higher front part- five-story with a usable attic, covered with a symmetrical gable roof, and a lower outbuilding - four-story with a flat roof. With its shape and height, the building fits into the character of the compact development of the surroundings.
The hotel is a five-story building
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an intimate hotel
The main entrance to the building was designed from Warszauer Street, and leads to a lobby with a reception area and social facilities and a technical room. On the first floor there is also a public dining room for the hotel's clients, with an auxiliary room next to it. Hotel rooms with private bathrooms are arranged on floors +1 to + 4 and are accessible directly from the staircase. In the usable attic there is a mezzanine floor, which is part of the top floor room and a technical room. There is also a viewing terrace on the 4th floor.
large glazed elevations
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The accents and materials used on the facade make the building bright, modern in its form and stand out against the background of the old tenements of Kazimierz, while not being a big visual contrast. Optimal sizes of easily arranged floors with huge glazing and good access to daylight increase the sense of comfort of future users. The Warszauera 10 Hotel is a distinctive intimate hotel building in Krakow's Kazimierz district, which is one of the most recognizable places in Krakow, teeming with cultural and artistic life.