Minimal Greek Summer House With Sculptural Looks

To escape from the daily routine and to go on an exotic island for a vacation is, probably, most people’s dream. So, let me contour a piece of scenario for you. Paros Cyclades Island, Greece and a summer house going back to its basis, with a minimalistic architecture and design, yet everything one might expect and need.

Traditional architecture, following the Cycladic tradition, there’s almost nothing to remind of the contemporary world we live in. Although it is a summer house, it gives such a glacial feeling. It must be the all white walls and the sculptural interior that resembles to a cave.

The living room, a bar area and one bathroom offer simple solutions for a simple living. After all, it’s all about the hot weather outside and the appealing surroundings and, of course, a swimming pool could not miss from here, with lounge areas and palm trees from here and there.


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