The advent of the Romanos, a Luxury Collection Resort and the Westin Resort Costa Navarino has further enhanced the region’s architectural diversity and inspired the architect in the design of this residence. The hotel buildings and landscaped areas, including communal planted and paved spaces as well as the golf courses, blend harmoniously with Messinia’s unique natural environment. Native vegetation dominates, with olives, cypresses, pistacias and vines in abundance.
The beachfront plot features street access on one side, with the sea view and plentiful sunlight on the other. The residence is arranged around two courtyards: one on the access side, serving also as a “projection” of the villa into the neighborhood, and the other on the view side, where life in the residence will be centered.
There are two large wings, one housing all the private rooms of the family, the bedrooms and the study, while the more “communal” wing contains the main living spaces, dining area and kitchen. Swimming and reflecting pools provide a water element that both separates and at the same time conjoins the wings and courtyards. Nestled between the wings, the fully transparent foyer offers a breathtaking, unobstructed view of the sea, providing the first grand impression of the experience of living in this villa.