Residence in Panorama
Voula, Attica Greece
The building follows the horizon.
From the moment of the very first visit to the plot, there was a clear need to design a building whose entire living space would be higher than the street level, thereby enjoying unobstructed views. The lifted form of the building, combined with the overflow pool that reflects the sky, creates a sense of one swinging between the two boundaries of the plot. Two parallel planes of the façade emphasize the relationship of the house to the view and the horizon, while providing a linearity to the mass of the building, despite the narrow frontage of the plot.Read More
|Architects:||Ira Desypri, Aristeidis Misiaris|