“Editing room” (“Montazhnij”), room of the standard category 28 m2, floor 2nd, no balcony, overlooking the courtyard. Two comfortable chairs and a decorative fireplace create ideal conditions for a pleasant conversation. Exquisitely furnished with light coloured furniture, the room includes a spacious bedroom with a sitting room and hallway areas. The designer lamp, casting a shadow on the walls of the room, the mirrored mosaic playing with sunshine, the decorative fireplace, the comfortable chairs, all create excellent conditions for repose. However, the most unusual thing in this room is the editing table created out from painted laminated glass and mirrors with illumination. The idea for this design comes from the editing tables which existed until the era of computer technologies began. On a similar table (in 1925!), Sergei Eisenstein was editing the film “Battleship Potemkin” which became famous worldwide.