A 60 sq.m. summer house, in a Π shaped formation, with large outdoor spaces that radiate a serene simplicity and a lazy summer relaxation. A fig and an olive tree are the only means of shade for the small family that inhibits this greek zen home.
Katerina Vordoni of VOIS Architects designed this home with a typical cycladic minimalism in mind and a 'less is more' moto.
The interior spaces are not all connected to each other. That is a typical way of building old houses in southern Greece as the outdoor spaces are equally considered as parts of the house as the indoors. In this home, you have to walk outside to visit the toilet or the kitchen. But who stays indoors on a fine summer day, anyway?
P.s. This is an updated post of the one I had posted at My Paradissi a year ago.
Images by Yorgos Kordakis via vimadeco.