12 months: 2022
Space: 270sqm. / 7500sqm. [landscape]
Location: Zakynthos, Greece
Photographer: Anima Imaginative and prescient / Nick Kontostavlakis
Companions in Cost: Maria Tsaftari, Kostas Floros
Lead Architects: Dimitra Parathyra, Aliki Varlamidi
Design Crew: Zacharias Kechagioglou, Stella Avgerinou, Panagiotis Skraparlis, Maria Petsani
Electromechanical Examine: Arxiko Consulting Engineers
Structural Examine: Dimitris Tiris
Yoma is a posh of cave suites within the island of Zakynthos. In a steep, slender piece of land, of west orientation, the complicated of 10 non-public suites, are positioned alongside the inclination to maximise privateness, view openness, and outside space for every suite.
The intention to merge the buildings into the panorama led the composition to be developed on 4 ranges: the reception space of the complicated is situated on the increased one, on the entrance of the plot,whereas on the different three the suites are developed.
A prismatic plan structure was developed to maximise the size of the facade to the view, and reduce the width of the again of the rooms that home the moist areas, equivalent to bogs and kitchens.
These prisms are connected and steady, but utterly non-public, by the partitions of the prisms that proceed from the within open air.
The suites have one or two bedrooms with their very own toilet, front room, kitchen and devoted working house for the working traveller, in addition to non-public swimming swimming pools, and a terrace with a pergola.
Pure mild is allowed in all areas of every villa, through lightwells. The fabric palette is predicated on earthy tones, sandy colours, oak wooden finishes, mild materials, and veiny marbles.