On a large property with southern aspect, white and local stone volumes are developing parallel with the old cultivating terraces, in an elongated arrangement. The owners have dreamed of a haven of repose and meditation, with enough spaces to accommodate family members and guests.
The privacy of the landscape, the water element, the winds management, the closeness to the land and its smells, were the primary requirements. Each room fills up with a different view, rich in light, balanced.
In the core of the house, the family areas stretch out both to the sea, in the front, as well as to the land, in the back, in respective recreation spaces. Outdoor areas shaded and sunny, corners for rest and dine, enjoy a direct view to the swimming pool and the blue sky blending into the sea. The wind-sheltered courtyard offers a variety of uses, depending on the time and the winds and also contact with the hill side.
Morphological and construction details that refer to the Cycladic architecture were used in an elaborate way to promote the simplicity of tradition in austere volumes and elements, with a fresh look.