Traditional stone house, built on the harsh rocky mountain slopes in Mykonos. The house also has a guest house, pool, pool house, chapel, and gardens. Typical cycladic architecture with curved forms dressed in white lime plaster and numerous levels in a home that looks like an unrefined gem in the heart of the Aegean Sea.
Owners Vangelis Tsangaris and designer Deborah French.
A contemporary interpretation of classic cycladic architecture. The house looks as if it's been designed ages ago yet it feels so live and practical. Somehow reminds me of a museum show house without the stark, do-not-touch aspect. I can only imagine those ideal reckless summer days spend in this place.
Photos by Paul Ryan.