Andronikos Hotel — Mykonos, Greece

Floating bed with inset wall shelf and seating area with single chair
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To transform a wing of its 57-room resort, the Andronikos Hotel in Mykonos turned to Athens-based architects, KLab, who have reinvigorated the ‘Cocoon’ rooms with curved, whitewashed architecture, bamboo motifs and white pebbles synonymous with the Greek landscape. The recently reopened rooms offer a serene place to retreat, after the exertions of local beach-hopping.

Desk/seating area with single chair in corner with large mirror

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Wooden stick mounting as section and wall/roof feature

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Lauren Ho is the Travel Director of Wallpaper*,  roaming the globe, writing extensively about luxury travel, architecture and design for both the magazine and the website. Lauren serves as the European Academy Chair for the World's 50 Best Hotels.