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Kalesma Mykonos

Kalesma Mykonos

Quiet luxury finds its way to a Grecian hotspot


June 25, 2020 | , , , , , ,

By Katie Kervin

The Greek word kalesma translates to “invitation” and it’s a fitting moniker for an upcoming Mykonos hotel. Slated to open this summer, Kalesma calls on connections between sea and landscape, public and private. Shared spaces sit on a hill overlooking Ornos Bay, while scattered down the hillside are 25 suites and two villas “expressed in the vocabulary of local architecture: whitewashed rounded blocks, broken down into small-scale volumes,” says Dimitris Karampatakis, founding partner of Athens-based K-Studio.

Read more from Boutique Design’s Spring 2020 issue.

Simple interiors by Studio Bonarchi combine brushed wood and brass details with earthy tones and textures that highlight the white exteriors. Adds Karampatakis, “We were clearly not aiming for a re-creation of an existing village, but an organic formation of one with the features that make it familiar: human-scale volumes enclose private life, but most of all, frame the outdoor experience of views, climate, and natural landscape.”

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