The house, with a total area of 200 m2, is situated in Dionysos on a corner inclined plot facing the South. The building is placed on the highest level of the plot to ensure a full view.
The house unfolds in three levels. The ground floor is occupied by the communal functions, such as the living room, the dining room and the kitchen, with direct access to the garden from every single room, while the pri- vate functions of the two children’s bedrooms, a bathroom and the master bedroom, featuring a dressing-room and its own bathroom, are placed on the first floor. The basement contains a guest house, the auxiliary spaces and the garage.
Connected via a linear corridor, which is adjacent to both atriums. The extensive and large windows highlight the separation of the building volume, and establish the balance between architecture and landscape, increasing the sense of freedom and unifying the interior with the exterior. In contrast to the transparency that prevails in the building, there is a compact linear axis, lined with Kalymnos natural stone, which, on the outer side underlines the entrance hall, while on the inner side creates a reference surface throughout the house, revealing the fluidity among the building and its surroundings. The exterior wooden shades, made of unfinished iroko wood, work as filters and create a continuous alternation of light and shadow on the facades of the building and its interior.
The overall composition creates an environment where the clean lines of the building harmoniously blend with the distinct character of the interior decoration.