Cocoon Suites by KLab Architects
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As part of the total refurbishment plan for the Hotel Andronikos on the island of Mykonos, KLab have completed 13 out of the 57 rooms of the hotel.
Known as Cocoon Suites, the new rooms have been redesigned to reflect the traditional architecture of the island. The pure white curved irregular walls characterise the rooms, the furniture appears to be a part of the undulating walls, avoiding unnecessary clutter and retaining the desired asymmetry.
A low budget project, local craftsmen and simple building materials were used including, cement, mirrors and plasterboard. The use of pebbles and bamboo canes as decorative features introduce a welcome feel of nature. Concealed lighting through openings in the walls and under the bed, provide an ambience of serenity to these luxuriously simple suites.