Ritz Carlton, Mokki, Kazakhstan

Opulence and simplicity define a restaurant for a new class of luxury seeker

Brand | Interiors | Strategy

Daylight floods into Mökki, the all-day restaurant within The Ritz-Carlton, a newly built hotel in Nur-Sultan, capital of Kazakhstan. We incorporated the light and the fine city views in a restaurant design that feels both grand and relaxed. An abundance of natural materials – marble, leather, wood – and a limited colour palette of peach, beige, and olive create understated luxury.

The stand-out feature is a series of delicately finned columns that fan out across the ceiling in a magical, forest-like tracery of extraordinary geometric precision. This is a destination restaurant for Nur-Sultan's rising elite and the city's demanding international visitors.

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