The 280m2 home comprises two main stone volumes linked by shading and moats. The sloped site naturally draws eyes to the views, underpinned by a texturally-rich palette of stone, wood, and plaster.
The Block 722 design philosophy is deeply connected to the traditions of Greek culture and the connection between architecture and art. The design execution of their philosophy is prominent in the local selection of artwork, furniture, fittings and materials. Mounted in the living room is the artwork by Pantelis Chandris, ‘Post Landscape.’ The sculpture introduces light and texture into the living area while upholding the design philosophy of art and architecture.