Located on Greece's Paros Island, the Hug House is a contemporary ode to traditional Cycladic architecture. The holiday home is situated on a rocky slope. Wrapped in a wall of natural stone, it embeds itself into the landscape, concealing a pair of cubed structures. The buildings are clad in a white plaster facade and are joined by a shared terrace. At the center, a rectangular swimming pool extends out toward the coastline. Large openings in the surrounding wall afford the area expansive views of the adjacent Naoussa Bay.
Photos: George Messaritakis / React Architects