Wooden Cave is part of Hyades Mountain Resort in the village of Trikala Korinthias, which lies on the slopes of Mount Kyllini.
The suite sits at an altitude of 1,100 metres and has impressive views of the surrounding landscape, but Tenon Architecture was brought on board to revive its interiors.
The rear half is made almost entirely from wood, and features gently curved walls akin to those on the inside of a cave, and the front half of the suite, which has more traditional linear surfaces, is decked out with ashy black tiles.
The sinuous wall and platform that winds around the rear side of the suite comprise 1,112 pieces of spruce.
An algorithm-based programme was used to draw out the required shape of each timber piece before they were cut to size on-site by two architects, Apostolos Mitropoulos and Thanos Zervos.
Two areas of the rear wall dip inwards to accommodate the double and single beds which have been built into the curving platform below. This platform has also been made wide enough so that, when necessary, it can double-up as a bench seat.
Other elements in the room, like the floorboards, cupboards of the kitchenette and the dining table that extends from the wall have been crafted from pinewood.
The dark stones tiles that have been applied to rooms in the front half of the suite were sourced locally in Trikala.
They cover the walls of the sitting area, which comes complete with a fireplace, and the bathroom, where the tub has been placed right beside the window so that guests can get a view of the nearby mountain peaks.