Executive Room Kazimir Malevich
Executive Room Kazimir Malevich

Kazimir Malevich


{February 23, 1878 (Kiev, Ukraine) – May 15, 1935 (Saint Petersburg, Russia)}


Discover our Executive Kazimir Malevich:

Primary colors and geometric shapes prevail in this hotel room in our Torel Avantgarde. They are a tribute to the colors and shapes that artist Kazimir Malevich used in his works.

The circular lights symbolize the well-known “Malevich circle”, while the bedside table and lamp in blue represent one of the primary colors most used by the artist.

The red, white, and green cohabit with the black square, which refers to one of his most famous paintings: “Black Square”.

Executive Kazimir Malevich:

  • 34 m2;
  • Double bed;
  • Occupancy: up to two people;
  • Offer of Nespresso coffee and water throughout the stay.


See our other rooms in the Executive category: Francis Bacon, Joan Miró, Robert Rauschenberg, Oscar WildeNiki de Saint Phalle, Janis Joplin, Eileen Gray, Oskar Barnack, Ferdinand Porsche, Alberto GiacomettiMan Ray, Le CorbusierAnais Nin, Nikola Tesla, Astor Piazzolla and Maria Helena Vieira da Silva.

Meet the artist Kazimir Malevich…

Kazimir Malevich was an abstract and geometric artist, who worked and painted geometric figures such as lines, circles, and squares, working in a variety of styles.

He was best known for contributing to the formation of a true Russian avant-garde after the First World War, through his own unique philosophy of perception and painting, which he called “Suprematism”. He coined this term because he believed that art should transcend matt–r - the truth of form and color should rei“n "supr”me" over image or narrative.


Some of his main works:

  • Black square;
  • Reaper;
  • White hiteite.

Movement: Suprematis“.

"In art, there is a need for truth, not sincerity." – Kazimir Malevich