Location: Santorini, Greece
Location Address: Vourvoulos
Status: Completed Works
A renovation dedicated to the four seasons. Four perfect movements in harmony with each other, aligned with the Caldera.
The complex of four villas is located in a peaceful location at the village of Vourvoulos in Santorini. Vourvoulos is located 3.7 km north from Fira, 2.5 km east from Imerovigli, right in the center of the northern part of the island. It is amphitheatrically built facing the northeast and the east coast of the island. The original architecture of the village is a unique example of the traditional Santorinian architecture.
The old complex of four houses was reconstructed and transformed, from the bearing structure, into a luxurious complex of villas with private spacious patios and pools, fully harmonized with the natural environment and the beautiful view of the Aegean Sea. Each villa has two bedrooms with private bathroom and can accommodate up to 5 people. Architects main concept was to highlight the traditional island architecture and combine it with contemporary design, elegance and modern amenities in a total white scenery with the use of color to give a touch of uniqueness.
The design concept and the decoration of the internal and external spaces is a journey through time, through the four seasons of the year. Each villa is inspired by the color palette of a season, the romantic spring, the vivid and fresh summer, the ethnic autumn and the contemporary winter, a mix of genres and trends, a combination of materials, multicultural journey. The traditional architecture combined with the principles of modern design, the graceful architecture of Cyclades completed with notes of the Arabia and East create a multidimensional space with distinct personality.
Particular attention has been given to the landscape with the use of flowers, plants and trees in order to continue the interior color palette to the outdoor spaces. The creation of a pool in every villa contributes to improve the quality of the final aesthetic result. The user’s contact with water, inevitably creates a sense of intimacy and psychological comfort.
Photography by Thanos Rivios .