These are wonderful suites of Hotel Andronikos on Mykonos Island in Greece, designed by KLab Architecture. KLab architecture has redesigned 13 rooms with the purity, simplicity, fluidity and surprise effect. The result is a modern room with perfect lighting placement. They try to create a sexy but pure, a vibrant but calm, a modern but classic room that would compose all these juxtapositions and paradoxes offering to the user an overwhelming experience. The furniture designed that make it seem to be attached to the walls and for the bed looks like floating. These suites use plaster, bamboo canes, plasterboard, glass, pebbles, mirrors and cement based flooring in unconventional ways and combinations. This is a great place to stay overnight.
Photography by Nikos Vandoros and Akis Paraskevopoulos
Design of Hotel