Olea All Suite Hotel

Rooms 93   Architecture Block722architects+   Interior Design Βlock722+
The Original Venia Xenou

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Rooms
93
Architecture
Block722architects+
Interior
Design Βlock722+
The Original Venia Xenou

Architecture

Block722architects+

Guided by the island’s landscape and the calming effects of water, Athens- and Stockholm-based architecture practice Block722architects+ created a sprawling property of 93 suites revolving around a 4,000-square-meter pool that resembles a lake. Water is ubiquitous at Olea, with streams and pools meandering between island-like clusters of tropical-modernist cube structures, communal areas under skylights, hidden gardens, and age-old olive trees—with many suites also boasting private pools and views of the sea. In the name of environmental sustainability, the architects used thatched roofing for some of the communal areas.

Interior Design

Block722+

Natural materials such as oak wood, bamboo, and rattan characterize the furnishings and interior design elements, contrasting the cool geometric form and smooth interior surfaces of the buildings. Throughout the suites and communal areas, earth-toned colors abound while an ambient lighting concept encourages relaxation.

On the terraces and outdoor spaces, statement pieces of lounge furniture overlook the resort’s waterways and the sea, inviting guests to sit back and take in the island from a unique perspective.

Interior Design
Block722+

Natural materials such as oak wood, bamboo, and rattan characterize the furnishings and interior design elements, contrasting the cool geometric form and smooth interior surfaces of the buildings. Throughout the suites and communal areas, earth-toned colors abound while an ambient lighting concept encourages relaxation.

 
 

On the terraces and outdoor spaces, statement pieces of lounge furniture overlook the resort’s waterways and the sea, inviting guests to sit back and take in the island from a unique perspective.

Interior Design
Block722+

Natural materials such as oak wood, bamboo, and rattan characterize the furnishings and interior design elements, contrasting the cool geometric form and smooth interior surfaces of the buildings. Throughout the suites and communal areas, earth-toned colors abound while an ambient lighting concept encourages relaxation.

On the terraces and outdoor spaces, statement pieces of lounge furniture overlook the resort’s waterways and the sea, inviting guests to sit back and take in the island from a unique perspective.

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