georges maurios builds hilltop home on patmos' island, greece georges maurios builds hilltop home on patmos' island, greece
mar 08, 2015

georges maurios builds hilltop home on patmos' island, greece

georges maurios builds hilltop home on patmos’ island, greece
all images courtesy of georges maurios architecture

 

 

 

near the village of kambos, in the middle of the aegean sea is a home by georges maurios architecture. 300 meters from the beach, the 140m2 residence can accommodate up to six people. the dwelling is split into four levels, connected by internal and external stairs. each of the three bedrooms has a private bath and accompanying pergola covered terrace. it is made of exposed whitewash concrete, and terrace retaining walls are constructed with local stone masonry. 

View of the terraces in front of all the rooms
located on patmos’ island, in the aegean sea

View from the north side & entrance to the kitchen
the dwelling is perched upon a hill 300 meters from the beach

General view of the terraces from the orchard
retaining walls are made of local stone masonry

View from the kitchen showing the footbridge leading to the master-bedroom
the main rectangular volume includes the kitchen and the large living-room below 

View from the living-room under the footbridge
view from the living-room under the footbridge

View of the living-room from the footbridge leading to the entrance
view of the living-room from the footbridge leading to the entrance

Master bedroom and its private bathroom behind
master bedroom and private bathroom located in the back

 

 

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