Natural materials, alluring water features and planted roofs harmoniously integrate this villa into its surroundings, creating a visual dialogue with the adjacent Navarino Dunes buildings, while at the same time minimizing its apparent mass. The thoughtful breakdown of volumes allows for flexibility in use, but also provides sea views to all primary indoor and outdoor spaces.
A timeless and yet contemporary vocabulary, respectful to the human scale, creatively alludes to typical Mediterranean architecture of times past. Indoor and outdoor spaces are intertwined in an interesting play of private and more communal zones. Bioclimatic design principles – planted roofs, shading, natural light and ventilation, natural materials, etc. – ensure pleasant living conditions while optimizing energy efficiency.