Modern Cycladic Style Housing Complex by the Sea
A view to contemporary Cycladic architecture.
Four semi-detached villas, with a superb sea view and proximity, allow the guests to enjoy spacious outdoor and indoor privacy.
18 bedrooms with private baths, 4 private swimming pools with jacuzzi and a rough, mediterranean rocky outdoor space, remind of the coexistence of luxury with simplicity on the island.
Emphasis was given to the connection between in- and outdoors living. Sitting, dining, food preparation, have in door and outdoor facilities.
Key element is the wind: the house was designed to allow the Cycladic winds to offer natural comfortable temperature to the residents, however always protecting them from the discomfort of the winds’ fierceness.
The outcome was a combination of many, all weather, relaxing, private spaces, in a housing complex that that could be used as a one to four families’ summerhouse.
Architectural Designs, Implementation and all Linings by Nikolas Dorizas & Associates
The House(s) were equipped by a different office, not us’
Nikolaos Dorizas runs an architecture practice at Marina Zea, Piraeus.
The principal areas of architectural composition with which he is concerned are:
- Contemporary detached residences
- Special buildings
- Restoration of neo-Classical buildings
He holds a design Degree, Class 2, in Categories 6 and 7 (architectural designs of building projects and special architectural designs).
Consultant on town planning and architectural matters to the Prefect of Piraeus and Islands.
Full member of the Committee for Architectural Review of the Piraeus Town Planning Service.
Member of the Representatives’ Council of the Architectural Association of Greece.
Member of the Mayor of Athens’ ‘Council for Urban Planning Policy of the Municipality of Athens’.
Architectural consultant of the ‘Friends of the Piraeus Municipal Theatre’ and member of the Committee of the Piraeus Commercial Association on the Maritime Week competition.
Took part in the International Architectural Competition for the new Acropolis Museum with a team of Italian architects (A. Cornoldi, A. Rabachini, E. Meneghetti, M. Vizzini).
Architectural design and composition of contemporary detached houses – chiefly in Kastella and the southern suburbs – and of special office buildings.
Configuration of interiors, for professional use and residence.
Restoration of neo-Classical buildings, such as the neo-Classical house on Sachtouri and Neosikon Sts in Piraeus and on Kanari and Solonos Sts, Kolonaki, Athens.