The composition of the volumes placed emphasis on the building's integration with the environment as well as the morphology of the ground, while adhering to building and urban planning regulations. The main outlines of the building emerged from the slope of the terrain and the effort to maximize the view, which led to the axis of a section of the building being oriented towards the direction of the sea horizon.
The building consists of two volumes. The first and main volume consists of two sloping sections. The western section on the ground floor houses the living spaces, while the eastern section houses the auxiliary spaces. Similarly, the private spaces are located on the floor above. The staircase that serves the vertical communication between the floors is located at the point where the two volumes connect.
The second volume is located at a lower level and distance from the main residence, in order to follow the slope of the terrain and not obstruct the view of the main volume. It includes two guest rooms with two bathrooms respectively. The swimming pool of the residence is located in the space between them.
On the southern facade of the main volume, a free wall with arches is created, which is connected to the pergola, serving as a shaded outdoor space. Finally, the choice of materials for the building aims to create a dialogue with the natural environment and reinforce the integration of the building with its surroundings.
Architecture design, interior design, residences