. . . . the house is designed around 5 outdoor spaces (courtyards). Bedrooms are situated in an independent three-storey building . . . .
. . . . the proposed solution’s main characteristic is the connection of reception areas to their corresponding courtyards . . . .
. . . . the proposed solution organized the available space in departments – neighborhoods segregated between them and from the access areas mainly through free standing walls or glass walls. This allows the different departments to maintain both their independent space and perception of being a part of bigger team. . . .
. . . . design also included the creation of an esoteric atrium, which connects different floors and provides natural lighting to an enclosed space, which – due to its previous use – was relatively complex and labyrinthine . . . .
“idees & lyseis gia to spiti” magazine/July 2004
. . . . the proposed plan incorporates a void above the first floor combined with a skylight. This allows the natural light to penetrate into all living areas without disrupting the continuity of the living and dinning area . . . .
. . . . an internal atrium constitutes house entrance as well as the main outdoor space, which is connected to the sitting room . . . .