The house is based off the natural terrain and the traditional Greek family generation lifecycle. It is a capable of functioning as a single house for a large family and as two separate and independent homes for the children in the future. The form is heavily influenced on the rocky geography and steep slope of the site. The juxtaposition of the separate houses around the courtyard provides a common space. The slope of the site in combination to the sitting of the project would create stunning views of the sea bellow.

The facade is constructed from a local stone that helps blend the project into the hill. Further elaboration into the facades give the impression that each mass is really one single element naturally carved from the site.


Nikos Georgiadis, Tota Mamalaki, Kostas Kakoyiannis, Vaios Zitonoulis