Take a Tour in This Traditional-Modern Greek Summer House in Paros, Cyclades by Alexandros Logodotis

We really needed to improve our poetic skills of writing for this beauty of summer villa below located in Paros, Cyclades, Greece. Beside the fact that the scenery and the interior design resembles with the Greek Mythology, this house looks like goddesses has step their foots in and have blessed the space. Greece is really special when it comes to residing for the summer with it’s unique architecture that it has.

Daylight reveals the malleability of growth and white colors as watercolors have unfolded in designated areas. While at midnight the lights in headlights and alternative details throughout the building become a supernatural setting, hovering over the pool.

The orientation is East and areas have been organized successively by the sun to “live” the most effective of their era. The out of doors room has shade within the afternoon to be able to get pleasure from a meal in peace. The building seems to volume designed by bit, while not straights and tight corners – as if it had been slowly over time, with the wind and rain.

The sleek curves and holes, the white Cycladic that eliminates the sturdy light-weight and color harmonies, is what characterizes the world “breathe” the breeze coming back through the openings. The middle of gravity of the house looks to be the steps stands sort of sculpture. Patiti, grey concrete into alternating with marble application and collection within the space around the pool, sand-colored, lined the floors.

The house and stripped-down technology, ideal for anyone who went directly into the atmosphere, that is a few things ethereal and water along. There are responsibly designed shelves within the lounge, an eating area buffet abstract and designed beds, while not spikes.

The minimum-which has nothing however the same old rigor than tenderness and eroticism, is what fits the temperament of their house owners probably solely “ties” with such an advantageous position because of the Cyclades.

 

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