Perianth Hotel

Rooms 38   Architecture K-Studio   Interior Design K-Studio
The Original Konstantinos, Anastasia, and Alexandra Sgoumpopoulou

Hotels Facts & Figures
Rooms
38
Architecture
K-Studio
Interior
Design K-Studio
The Original Konstantinos, Anastasia, and Alexandra Sgoumpopoulou

ARCHITECTURE

K-STUDIO

The Athens-based architecture studio believes that creative experimentation and fresh thinking leads to exciting architectural experiences on every scale and in all aspects of life.
In the case of Perianth, they tackled the trapezoid shape of the building by having short corridors in a radial disposition that connect the guestrooms to a wide space in the core of each floor. Here, glass brick walls allow light to enter from the shaft of the building into these lounge areas. Typical of the “streamline moderne” style, the structure combines linear and curved elements, making for a wholly exciting experience.

INTERIOR DESIGN

BOLD WITH A TOUCH OF BRASS

In designing the hotel’s interiors, K-Studio, the forward-thinking firm behind Scorpios Mykonos among other standouts, looked to the Athenian modernist movement that characterizes the 1930s-era structure, incorporating terrazzo floors, slim black-metal frames, marble furniture elements, and glass-brick walls in the core of each floor.

The hotel also features custom-made furniture and lighting. In the guestrooms, a pastel palette and gray and dark green flooring provide the perfect canvas for wooden desks, closets, beds with brass details, and curved brass tubes and black metal pipes for the lighting and mirrors.

INTERIOR DESIGN
BOLD WITH A TOUCH OF BRASS

In designing the hotel’s interiors, K-Studio, the forward-thinking firm behind Scorpios Mykonos among other standouts, looked to the Athenian modernist movement that characterizes the 1930s-era structure, incorporating terrazzo floors, slim black-metal frames, marble furniture elements, and glass-brick walls in the core of each floor.

 
 

The hotel also features custom-made furniture and lighting. In the guestrooms, a pastel palette and gray and dark green flooring provide the perfect canvas for wooden desks, closets, beds with brass details, and curved brass tubes and black metal pipes for the lighting and mirrors.

INTERIOR DESIGN
BOLD WITH A TOUCH OF BRASS

In designing the hotel’s interiors, K-Studio, the forward-thinking firm behind Scorpios Mykonos among other standouts, looked to the Athenian modernist movement that characterizes the 1930s-era structure, incorporating terrazzo floors, slim black-metal frames, marble furniture elements, and glass-brick walls in the core of each floor.

The hotel also features custom-made furniture and lighting. In the guestrooms, a pastel palette and gray and dark green flooring provide the perfect canvas for wooden desks, closets, beds with brass details, and curved brass tubes and black metal pipes for the lighting and mirrors.

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