Monolitic greece villa with two fundamental part : one along the road curved and one planar to the private garden. From outside the building has character, almost monumental. Inside, the plan and part of working together to create a fluid space that ruin the initial impression of monumental by inviting extended exterior view to enter. Monumental same language has been transferred to the interior where the wide open spaces meet the volume and surface dominate with the white clinical opencast.
The most impressive features of the house is located in the main room, stone-clad fireplace that connects the grand both in terms of visual spatial and interior with the exterior. In addition, double-height living room space that is flooded with light as a full glass wall providing views unrestrained main garden and swimming pool.
Next,the modern Greece villa hide a quiet cellar, indoor pool and sauna occupying the lever is lower and there is only way natural light is facing west skylights that light into the room. Hidden lights in the ceiling, walls and backlit translucent reflection provided by the water add to the atmosphere calm space.
Where most of the spaces that form the interior grandeur of the villa is a kitchen scale is designed to meet the needs of modern families, where both a practical and intimate moments can be accommodated. The dining room overlooks the small private garden which is filtered by rows of cypress trees, a large island unit located in the middle of the kitchen deal with the daily activities of busy households.
[Via - Archdaily.com]