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Lambs and Lions office in located in the ciry of Berlin. It is a multi-disciplinary design studio and creative consultancy. It was founded by Michael Schickinger in 2012, who is also the creative director. Lambs and Lions specializes in interior architecture, hospitality design, art direction, and branding.
Each concept is based on the idea that space is defined by its environment. This underlying principle enables a diverse set of projects to be linked by a similar design language, each with its own selected vocabulary.
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The alchemy of placemaking is based on a comprehension of human happiness. When a location can nourish the mind, encourage relaxation and introspection, or spark the imagination, it becomes more than the sum of its parts. It will turn into a moving experience.
All of Lambs & Lions’ work is aimed at creating lyrical, intuitive architectural solutions that are infused with peace and love. Solutions that are both visually appealing and emotionally impactful.
Casa Cook Rhodes is the Casa Cook Boutique hotel brand’s trial operation. In conjunction with interior stylist Annabell Kutucu and local architect Vana Pernari, Lambs and Lions drove the conceptual development. The 97-room hotel is located in Kolymbia, a little hamlet on Rhodes’ eastern coast, just a short walk from the beach.
The vibe is definitively mid-century California louche, with elements of exposed stone walls, timber decks, and pergolas, while the bright spaces are covered with rich textures and handcrafted details, set against a stretch of muscular rocky hills. The spirit of the design is carried through to the rooms.
Casa Cook Chania is a continuation of the brand’s relaxed luxury image, this time tailored to the gentle hillside setting on the Cretan shore. The lush tropical softscape and braided cane outdoor furnishings soften the severe angles and Brutalist excess of warm grey concrete and stone. A mid-century influenced decor with stone, dark wood, earthy textured linens, and rattan weaves creates a relaxing private retreat for each visitor. The architectural language of the buildings near the seaside, such as the beach club, concept shop, and pool, shifts to a stronger, more brutalist design, better suited to the sea and salt air.
Casa Cook’s second retreat was designed with a sense of community and slow-living in mind. The hotel’s beach club is created in a more casual architectural style with vast windows and a textured thatch ceiling, focusing on the Greek concept of “Parea.” The spacious, open area created by retractable glass planes allows guests to seamlessly transition from the tranquility of the powdered sand dunes of the beach to the relaxing atmosphere around the main pool.
The journey with Casa Cook continues in Brela, Croatia.
Where they lay hands on this modernist gem from the 60’s, “giving” it the mighty upgrade it deserves.
Brela on the Makarska Riviera is known for its magnificent beaches at the foot of Biokovo.
The Mauritzhof had been a landmark hotel with a long history that visionary owner Stefan Reckhenrich turned into one of the first boutique hotels in the 1980s, nestled on the green promenade of the thriving university town in northwest Germany. The hotel’s re-opening in September 2016, which marked a new chapter in its history, offered a forward-thinking lift with the sensation of a personal and urban getaway.
The building’s interior and exterior have been completely renovated, with the addition of a rooftop with floor-to-ceiling windows offering panoramic views of the city’s famous park promenade’s green and urban landscapes. A timeless range of Scandinavian furniture reflects the desire to mix a sense of urban elegance with relaxing forms. A warm and friendly ambience is created by clean lines, muted color palettes, and herringbone parquet floors. All space layouts are based on an understanding of human behavior, atmosphere, and functional requirements.
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