Designed to forge a direct relationship between inside and outside the villas contains three levels shaped in longitudinal zones of space.
The ground level is mostly covered with natural stone cladding, with the exception of an essentially opaque screen (aiding privacy) covering the main entrance and a wooden mechanincal door giving access to the garage. This level acts as a recessive platform over which the cantilevered first floor perches and takes prominence.
The tapered concrete form provides a lens to maximise views to both front (over the Kissonerga sea side) and rear (towards the hills) whilst east and west elevations are windowless and restrict sightlines to neighbours.
Internally, the house is designed to reveal a sequence of spaces combining compactness and expansiveness. From the confined aperture of the front door one immediately access to the kitchen and dining area, separated from the living room by a full height wall with fit in fireplace. To finish the ground floor we have a guest bedroom, a guest toilet and the elevator connecting the three levels of the villas.
The main living spaces are left formally simple -lofty and airy. Vertical and horizontal material connections are woven through the interiors and are composed (as is the exterior) with a purity of volume and form.