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The big picture: The Mandarin Oriental Moscow

12 May 2009 by Mark Caswell

The architectural firm designing the forthcoming Mandarin Oriental property in Moscow has released concept images of the hotel, including a futuristic internal atrium inspired by a Faberge egg.

HOK Architects have designed an “upside down” hotel, with a sky lobby offering views of the Kremlin and Red Square. If the concept plans come to fruition the hotel will combine a redeveloped historic building with a curved nine-level internal atrium, terminating with a speciality restaurant on the ninth floor.

For more information visit mandarinoriental.com, hok.com.

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