Set among the olive trees on the Peloponnese peninsula, the Ypsilon House uses its typographic form to merge with its remote landscape. The domed roof expands the terrain up, allowing for access to views of the nearby Schiza and Sapientza islands, while its Y-shape divides the exterior into three courtyards. Separated by private and common areas, the interior consists of three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, living room, and dining area. The main living space features a large south-facing glazed door that frames in views of the nearby coast, also offering passage to the outdoor pool.
Photos: NARRO / Lassa Architects