Contemporary Architectural Modernism
The design of this residence in Limassol features modernistic archetypes; the minimalist morphology distinguishes its pure architectural features, resulting in a building without superficial decoration.
Architectural Composition and Bioclimatic Features
The composition of two basic volumes, identified by their function and material – white color for the communal spaces, exposed concrete for the private spaces- constitutes the main idea of the project. An important part of the composition is the creation of a small atrium on the ground floor, which improves the natural lighting conditions of the communal spaces and improves natural cross-ventilation. Concurrently, the first-floor volume is projected at the southeastern side, creating a covered outdoor area, and providing sun protection. Finally, the bioclimatic elements used in the design of this house, led to its classification as a nearly zero-energy building (nZEB).