Study: 2013-2018
Construction: 2018
Plot Area: 4806.70 sq.m
Building Area: 216.01 sq.m



Archilovers best project 2019: Top 20                                              Last round on awards “DOMES 2019”: Best accomplished work 
BIGSEE Architecture Festival 2019: Winner (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
BUILD Architecture Awards 2019, Most Innovative Luxury Residence Designers – Greece



Hotels & Luxury Resorts in Greece, yli & ktirio  2018   Νο85
Αwards “Domes 2019”: Finilist Best built project
Domes Greek Architecture Yearbook 2019, Sep / Dec 18 Τ.148
Archetype,,   03/ 2019
Archilover,,   03/ 2019
AECCafe,,  04/2019
ΚΤΙRΙΟ,,   06/2019
Harmonies Magazine, , No 77 June – August 2019
88DESIGNBOX,,    08/2019  FLOORNATURE,,     03/2020    ARTRAVEL,,     07/2020                                                                                                                  



Architects: Nikos Lykoudis, Ismene
Papaspiliopoulou, Marina Gkolfomitsou, Katerina Argyropoulou, Konstantinos Platyrrachos, Eleftheria Chatzi

Structural engineer: Apostolos Andreadis

Decoration: Manos Kypritidis

Photographer: George Anastasakis




The house is placed in steep slope of a rocky area, overlooking the sea.
An elongated linear volume semi-buried in the ground, is embraced by stone masonry in Γ shape, that protects the house from the north, becomes the limit to the rocky hill and defines the main entrance to the west.
A sheltered airy terrace, in the North-South direction, fully protected, defines and distinguishes the living room area from the zone of bedrooms with visual escapes towards the sea (south) and the mountain (north).
The large sliding glazings of the seating area, unify the interior and exterior and create a large, open, pergola roofed, living area which is consolidated with the sheltered terrace.
An oblong water element is created parallel to the main rooms of the house and is the limit to the steep slope, the view and the sea.
The composition complement pergolas and awnings from metal and wood.
Exposed concrete, local stone and polished cement, define the form of structured surfaces. The restoration of the landscape as a continuation of the mountain where interventions will be made during the work is planned.