As worn out as the term ‘rustic chic’ may be, it’s an entirely apt way to describe Thomas Cook’s sophomore effort after its wildly successful debut last year, Casa Cook Rhodes. Casa Cook Kos, on the sun-kissed Greek isle, is the work of the group’s cre.
This project involved a large cedar round that was actually multiple trees that grew closely together. Colored epoxy was used to help bind the separations into a single form. A geometric welded steel base completes the look – it’s simple lightweight structure supports the heavy top