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Casa Cook Kos Inspired by the Greek Island Architecture

Casa Cook Kos Inspired by the Greek Island Architecture

Project: Casa Cook Kos
Creative Lead: Lambs and Lions
Architecture: ARC / Ilias Mastrominas in collaboration with Lambs and Lions
Interior Design & Styling: Annabell Kutucu in collaboration with Lambs and Lions
Services: Concept & Strategy, Spatial philosophy, Art direction, Interior architecture, FF&E directions, Visual Identity
Location: Kos, Greece
Completed: 2017
Photography: Georg Roske, Brechenmacher & Baumann
Website: www.casacook.com

Situated within a serene stretch of rural beachside on the Greek island of Kos, Casa Cook’s second retreat was designed with a sense of community and slow-living in mind. Akin to a historic Greek village and their labyrinth of cubist houses, a village-like feel was developed with a mix of one and two-storey houses grouped around Mediterranean gardens and patios. Casa Cook Kos is a beach hideaway and summer escape for like-minded people to come together.

Casa Cook Kos Inspired by the Greek Island Architecture

Each of the five room types – ranging from doubles to villa suites were created as a series of private sanctuaries. Inside, mid-century elements are contrasted with naturally tactile textures and traditionally handmade pieces, bringing a sense of timelessness; simplicity and sophistication.

Casa Cook Kos Inspired by the Greek Island Architecture

Focusing on the Greek philosophy of “Parea” the public areas are designed in a more relaxed architectural style with large openings and a textured thatch roof. Retractable glass planes create an airy, open space allow the guest a seamless transition between the tranquillity of the powdery sand dunes of the beach and the relaxed energy around the main pool.
The sense of relaxation is enhanced with a separate spa and wellbeing area which encompasses an indoor pool, treatment rooms, a glass walled sauna overlooking a lush courtyard, with views through to the domed hammam.

Casa Cook Kos Inspired by the Greek Island Architecture

Casa Cook Kos Inspired by the Greek Island Architecture

Casa Cook Kos Inspired by the Greek Island Architecture

Casa Cook Kos Inspired by the Greek Island Architecture

bathroom, Lambs and Lions

bedroom, Lambs and Lions

living room, Lambs and Lions

pool, Lambs and Lions

Casa Cook Kos Inspired by the Greek Island Architecture

Casa Cook Kos Inspired by the Greek Island Architecture

sauna, Lambs and Lions

Casa Cook Kos Inspired by the Greek Island Architecture

Casa Cook Kos Inspired by the Greek Island Architecture

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