Jakub Markech


Superbude blurs the customary borders of the hotel world. This becomes apparent in a number of ways as soon as one enters the lobby, where the comfort of a hotel meets the flair of a hostel and a sense of home. No longer merely a point of arrival, this lobby sees itself as an events location and a meeting place within the city – a city that is also integrated into the space in the form of tales of histories and personalities. The special DNA of Superbude is reflected in every corner of the building – although it can sometimes only be seen at second glance. The rooms, which, fully in line with Superbude’s tendency to the absurd and the bizarre, don’t take themselves too seriously, can become adventure playgrounds or a recording studio, a club, or a cinema. The artist-in-residence program is equally unusual. This invites artists to move into the in-house studio and contribute to shaping Superbude.