Maximilian Hotel, Prague

Public spaces

Architect: Conran and Partners

Hotel Maximilian is situated on Haštalská street and was opened in 1995. With interiors previously renovated by Czech architect Eva Jiřičná in 2005, new refurbishment by London based studio Conran and Partners reflects and respects cultural and architectonal heritage of the city, referring to czech avantgarde movement Devětsil. It's leader, Karel Teige, developed principle that was based on much softer elements than those used by many of his peers. Typical texture, colour and playful elements can be found in his surreal collage works that feature throughout the hotel.

The redesign covers 71 guest rooms plus reconfiguration of ground floor areas to create new public spaces - including newely opened café and bar Brasserie, library and event space with courtyard garden.


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