Every interior has been created as a separate world in itself,
as attractive and unique as the Russian soul.
The Residences at Mandarin Oriental, Moscow is created by legendary French interior design maestro Pierre-Yves Rochon. Pierre-Yves Rochon imagined three interior worlds: contemporary, transitional and classical, each with his personally curated details and subtle finishes. The Residents will be enveloped in a true sense of luxury, elegance and serenity no matter which design scheme is chosen.
Only eternal classicism is able to shine throughout the centuries. The classic interiors of the residences 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 special and carefully considered.
The Transitional collection is designed in a combination of modern and classic style. The neutral palette of calm blue and gray shades softens the delicate beige, and the mirrored surfaces reflect all the accents of the interior, forming 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.
In seeking the new and in embracing trends, we embody the mood of the harmony of colors and forms. 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.