HESTIA

An old derelict stone “keli” gets refurbished to become a sanctuary residence.

A. Kontodimas Architects-HESTIA

Disguised among the rocky landscape of a mountain ridge in Tinos island, the small traditional dwelling enjoys spectacular views of the Aegean Sea. The interior was renovated with respect to the island vernacular, featuring minimal furnishing and natural materials. Texture and light create an almost mystical scenography throughout the space.

A. Kontodimas Architects-Hestia - Old stone dweling disguised in the cycladic landscape with view over Aegean Sea - Kontodimas Architects
A. Kontodimas Architects-Hestia - Traditional cycladic stone dwelling patio with wooden door and pergola overlooking the sea - Kontodimas Architects
A. Kontodimas Architects-Hestia - Outdoor shower wooden enclave - Kontodimas Architects
A. Kontodimas Architects-Hestia - Interior view of whitewashed interior - Kontodimas Architects
A. Kontodimas Architects-Hestia - Mystical interior with whitewashed stone walls, skylight and central sculptural fireplace - Kontodimas Architects
A. Kontodimas Architects-Hestia - Spa shower with whitewashed plaster walls, stone vault and skylight - Kontodimas Architects
A. Kontodimas Architects-Hestia - Whitewashed bathroom with chiselled marble sink and old wooden mirror - Kontodimas Architects
A. Kontodimas Architects-Hestia - Natural stone sink - Kontodimas Architects