Nested in the village of St. Anna Naxos, surrounded by the traditional architecture of Cyclades, twelve holiday houses compose the complex. Using a modern architectural language of cubist geometries and clean lines, the design simulates the Cycladic architectural style, giving a fully integrated result.
The density of the buildings offers the maximum space for the maximum number of users, without compromising the factors of comfort, privacy and serendipity. Two main walkways cross the plot, providing access to each house. Each house takes a distinct character. Opposite to the walkways lay the private outdoor spaces. Each house has its own courtyard with swimming pool, thus offering a place of relaxation, isolation and tranquility.
The mixture of ground-floor and two-storey volumes creates an interesting skyline that embellishes the upper floor views with many visual escapes, despite the density of the complex.
“the design simulates the Cycladic architectural styles, using a modern architectural language of cubist geometries and clean lines”
“The mixture of ground-floor and two-storey volumes creates an interesting skyline…”
Naxos island, Greece
Innovative Design & Constructions
2020, under construction
structural & mechanical design