Aloni by decaArchitecture

This villa by Athens firm decaArchitecture is one of a collection of 24 to be introduced to the Greek island of Antiparos by Athens developers Oliaros. Aloni is one of seven already completed as part of Antiaros Design Properties, a development split over four sites that includes designs from Harry Gugger Studio and Atelier Bow-Wow. This villa has a roof supported on two parallel stone walls with the surrounding terrain continuing over it. The villa is punctuated by four courtyards which provide shelter from the wind and admit natural light.

 

This project is incredibly well integrated to the landscape… it becomes totaly a part of the site. I love the picture where we can see the courtyard with the ground slope going down in it… beautiful poetic space !

It’s good to know that some developers take as much care as this to integrate a project into a site.

Found at dezeen.com

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