The project involves the conversion of a one-family house built in the 70’s into three independent apartments for each of the family members
The main goals of the project were:
The creation of three contemporary urban apartments that reflect the calm character of the direct natural environment,
The creation of calmness and serenity through the respect to space and materials,
The function and visual connections of the indoor and outdoor spaces
The withdrawal from the linearity of the existing building and the transformation of the building into volumes, so that they are articulated and integrated organically in the landscape
A challenge for the design was the integration of the high structural and electromechanical demands of the existing house, to an aesthetic and functional solution, where the architectural design features prevail.
The above mentioned goals where achieved through the organic connection of the building complex with the two gardens, the splitting of the building volumes, the use of great openings, the integration of the building and the surrounding area as well as the unification of the materials used.
Particular emphasis was given from the architects and the owners to the choice of materials, natural and long-lasting applied where possible in their most natural form.
Total covered surface 730 sq.m.