Burrowed into a coastal hillside is the Ktima House. Although the exterior is more sleek and modern than the traditional architecture, its white stucco facade is at home on the Cydadelic island of Antiparos. Its walls hug the topography of the land and when paired with its green roof, creates the illusion of a continuous, jagged line from above. However, its seaside elevation looks like an ancient fortress. The interior is equally minimalist filled with clean lines and a sterile white palette. Due to the staggered layout, a series of outdoor terraces extend from the living spaces, including an expansive poolside patio overlooking the Aegean Sea.
Photos: Claudio Reis / Camilo Rebelo