Interior design. Monday , November 28th , 2016 - 08:18:05 AM
The facade is about 40 meters long and faces the main street. In order to deal with the tropical climate aspect of the area of construction, the main surface of the house is slightly angled to create shade from the sun rather than relying only on the flat surface that faces the sun. Aluminum windows also do their part of the job, allowing natural light to enter the house, which was a wonderfully thought out option, as it makes it looks large and bright.
This wonderful resort, which is definitely a sanctuary for the soul, is located on the equally wonderful island of Santorini, more specifically, in a village called Imerovigli, north of Thira and perched a top a cliff. With a history of over 300 years, Imerovigli was one of the most picturesque settlements of Santorini until about the mid 1950s. Having recently been refurbished, the complex of traditional dwellings and houses, typical of the island’s unique architecture, welcomes us with state of the art personal services.
The lobby employs a type of pool effect, where the visitors can “submerge themselves” underneath the water. In order to create this effect, a deep blue elevated pipe was designed to be hanging overhead, looping around the lobby, defining different mini-areas within the lobby.
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