Puro Kazimierz F&B
The Genfer Group
 
The design draws upon the historic and cultural significance of Kazimierz; from its former warehouses and workshops to its more recently established galleries, street art and food culture. It aims to encapsulate the gritty, artisan, alternative ambience of this rapidly-changing neighbourhood whilst connecting guests to the forward-looking, innovative principles of the Puro brand and the vibrancy of the local contemporary art community.

A new café, restaurant and bar incorporate a mix of indoor and outdoor spaces, with private pockets of space where guests can enjoy moments of tranquillity away from the bustle outside. A base palette, which runs cohesively throughout the hotel, has been adapted to give a defined personality and character to each of the key spaces.
 
The MAK bakery and café directly connect with the street frontage encouraging foot traffic into the space while a sunken lounge, open fire and sharing table create a welcoming and residential atmosphere for guests and visitors.

The Halicka eatery and bar presents a mix of raw natural materials and bold splashes of colour balanced with the black and white layered tones of the PURO brand.
 
Photography by Anna Stathaki
The design draws upon the historic and cultural significance of Kazimierz; from its former warehouses and workshops to its more recently established galleries, street art and food culture. It aims to encapsulate the gritty, artisan, alternative ambience of this rapidly-changing neighbourhood whilst connecting guests to the forward-looking, innovative principles of the Puro brand and the vibrancy of the local contemporary art community.

A new café, restaurant and bar incorporate a mix of indoor and outdoor spaces, with private pockets of space where guests can enjoy moments of tranquillity away from the bustle outside. A base palette, which runs cohesively throughout the hotel, has been adapted to give a defined personality and character to each of the key spaces.
 
The MAK bakery and café directly connect with the street frontage encouraging foot traffic into the space while a sunken lounge, open fire and sharing table create a welcoming and residential atmosphere for guests and visitors.

The Halicka eatery and bar presents a mix of raw natural materials and bold splashes of colour balanced with the black and white layered tones of the PURO brand.
 
Photography by Anna Stathaki
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