A31 architects have the “Into the Light” hotel for the 100% Hotel show in Greece designed. The boutique hotel made to match the modern style with timeless architectural design elements from the Greek culture. The design team has focused on the light in the room and created effective lighting effects, which create a pleasant atmosphere. The materials used are also stylistically adapted to this concept and emphasize the magical lighting effects.
The natural and artificial light will be directed by skylights, modern trellises and pergolas in the desired direction. The different perspectives trigger emotions in visitors and create a feeling of warmth, comfort and intimacy. In this way, visitors will “understand not only the room”, but actually immerse yourself in this world.
Greece has its cities, its mountains, its sea and its islands. This is the basic idea, that is the concept behind the design and material selection in a record. The “Into the Light” boutique hotel consists of five areas: lobby, lobby, dining room, garden and suites. In the lobby is the impressive work of the Greek artist Apollo Glykas, which is a modern interpretation of the shadow theatre and cleverly plays with light and shadow.
The foyer is a space that presents the visitor with light the Konzepf for interior design and triggering memories and feelings. A striking sculpture (1.80 m) “The meeting” by Yiannis moralis is used in the scene and the ability proves the art to improve the aesthetics of the space. In the lobby, the mountain slope combines harmoniously with mainland. Stone and rusted steel illustrate the harsh beauty. The dining area represents a synthesis between classical and modern, so that not only the design elements, but also the people for which it is intended, probably feel in the room. Dry plants form a landscape that is similar to the Greek Islands in a sandbox. The water element, inseparably linked to the Mediterranean landscape could not be missing from the landscape. The suite is a contemporary space with concrete floors, white furniture and double bed, where indirect lighting visually changes the spatial proportions.