Richter is a 5* Design Hotels member hosting an art gallery, print shop, herb garden, library, and restaurant.

Immersed in the aesthetic of a recently renovated XIX century mansion, the space was defined by Ivan as a “cool outsider.” Compared to luxury hotel chains like Four Seasons, Richter was a small art gallery in the world of big museums. And a concept of elegant vegetarian cuisine was born.

Richter’s menu, however, was not the underground voice that despised the mainstream, but an embodiment of an infinite number of small forms and shades of urban life.

In the open kitchen, where music mixes with the shouting of cooks and voices of guests, Ivan created a menu using the language of vegetables: quince and celery root gratin with vermouth sauce, potatoes with raclette and borodinsky bread ground, ramiro pepper with stracciatella and tarragon oil.
The restaurant opened with excellent reviews and quickly became a hub for all things design and art in Moscow.