Private Athens Residence by Divercity Architects

A mix of flowing curves and bold geometric angles make up this gorgeous, minimalist house by Divercity Architects in Psychiko, Athens, Greece. Divided into three zones: a stone core inspired by the Acropolis, an amphitheatrical upper floor, imagined as a pair of binoculars framing the expansive city views, and a transparent living area that occupies the space between them. The residents enjoy expansive city views from the endless windows, and natural light is supplied in various volumes through glazed partitions, skylights, and slatted blinds as well. Fluidity characterizes the interiors of the house, and a sense of privacy is retained in the zoned layout.  Superb.

Photo credit: Erieta Attali
More information at www.divercityarchitects.com & thanks to Yazter for the tip!

Amanda Jakubik

Year Born: 1987
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