Greece-based architecture firm ARC created the Casa Cook, a rustic and bohemian-style resort in the Greek Isles. Made up of 100 guest rooms, the resort has a series of white-washed pavilions, made in typical Greek design.
The main part of the resort favors outdoor living, with the design team creating a harmonious transition from interior to exterior spaces. The furniture, color scheme and design features were all hand-picked in a bohemian style, attempting to create a comfortable yet unique vacation spot for travelers. The design team achieved the rustic style by choosing different shades of grass, charcoal grays and deep reds all around the resort.
The Casa Cook resort has oversized windows, allowing guests to consistently view the surrounding mountains and white sand beaches.