Andronikos Hotel — Mykonos, Greece

Floating bed with inset wall shelf and seating area with single chair
(Image credit: TBC)

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

(Image credit: TBC)

Wooden stick mounting as section and wall/roof feature

(Image credit: TBC)


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