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AUTOR ROOMS

Leading The Independence: An Emerging Warsaw Design Studio's Brilliant Boutique Design Stay

May, 2018
Autor Rooms, Warsaw (Living Room Area) © Basia Kuligowska & Przemek Nieciecki

One of Warsaw’s best new hotels has emerged from a design studio; Mamastudio, who helmed the ambitious project to provide an authentic experience to Warsaw’s emerging creative scene as a leading design destination. Autor Rooms is certainly the city’s best boutique design hotel, located in the heart of Warsaw. Independently and passionately operated, it will no doubt be one of your best introductions to the city: “We want our guests to explore Warsaw beyond the usual, uninspired tourist routes to show them the real McCoy.”

Autor Rooms, Warsaw (Living Room Area) © Basia Kuligowska & Przemek Nieciecki
Autor Rooms, Warsaw (Living Room Self-Serve Coffee & Tea) © Basia Kuligowska & Przemek Nieciecki

Mamastudio worked with local architect Mateusz Baumiller to combine a series of residential spaces together to turn into 4 bedroom boutique guest rooms. Each space feels intimate and homely; with an emphasis on featuring contemporary furniture and modern artworks made locally by Polish designers. “Autor Rooms is meant to attract people looking for beauty, for unpretentious atmosphere and for an opportunity to connect with people with similar interests.”

Autor Rooms, Warsaw (Room 1777) © Basia Kuligowska & Przemek Nieciecki
Autor Rooms, Warsaw (Room 1777) © Basia Kuligowska & Przemek Nieciecki

Inside each room, commissioned pieces and custom-designed furniture and fittings were created by designers and studios including TYLKOBeza Projekt, Maria Jeglińska, Paged Meble, Purpura, Porcelana Kristoff, BISK, Comforty, Segiet Oniszh and Ultralight.

Autor Rooms, Warsaw (Room 2020) © Basia Kuligowska & Przemek Nieciecki
Autor Rooms, Warsaw (Room 2020) © Basia Kuligowska & Przemek Nieciecki
Autor Rooms, Warsaw (Vase by Maria Jeglinska) © Basia Kuligowska & Przemek Nieciecki

Each guest room is brightly lit, with natural light beaming through the large, glass windows that feature a small balcony. Although minimally-toned, the colour palette is bright and juxtaposed colours of navy and yellow, to red and mint green transforming spaces. Although the rooms are consistent in design, some feature differences including copper bars and glass as room dividers, while others hold wooden partitioning.

Autor Rooms, Warsaw © Basia Kuligowska & Przemek Nieciecki
Autor Rooms, Warsaw (Room 1968) © Basia Kuligowska & Przemek Nieciecki
Autor Rooms, Warsaw (Hall) © Basia Kuligowska & Przemek Nieciecki
Autor Rooms, Warsaw (Room 1410 bathroom) © Basia Kuligowska & Przemek Nieciecki

Autor Rooms
Lwowska 17/7, 00-660
Warszawa, Poland

Autor Rooms, Warsaw (Room 1968) © Basia Kuligowska & Przemek Nieciecki
May, 2018