This stone residence has been built in a glade in the pine forest, in a private estate of 6 acres on the north side of Mount Parnassus, near Agoriani. The house is designed by a famous architect with great care and attention to detail.
It consists of a central double height space featuring a tall wooden glazing overlooking the forest. In the same space there is the dining room an open-plan kitchen and staircase to the wooden loft. The house includes three bedrooms in total, and a functionally independent guest house. Morphologically, the architect attempted in this work to combine the use of traditional materials and construction methods with simple geometric forms, without any further reference to the local traditional architecture, but only through the use of local materials. The floors are wooden and extend outdoors with a deck covering the roof in front of the site of the daily and the entrance hallway. The use of stone is predominant in all corners of the house, and the fireplace is formed as a recess in the stonework as well.