The beautiful summery Mykonos I residence is shrouded in a coastal atmosphere, natural colours and materials and refined details. The villa brings serenity in the intense and beautiful surroundings of the Greek island.
The Greek Block 722 architects are known for their ‘simplicity, clean lines, the highest quality of materials and a special attention to detail’. The studio is based in Athens and was founded in 2009 by Sotiris Tsergas and Katja Margaritoglou. Their projects, including Residence in Mykonos I, bear witness to pure craftsmanship, refinement, natural materials and colours and a summer atmosphere.
Dream away at this summery home in Mykonos by Block 722.
The Mykonos I residence was completely custom reconstructed and renovated by Block 722. By using soft, light and natural tones in both the interior and exterior, the residence brings tranquillity to the beautiful surroundings. The beige of the plaster walls contrasts beautifully with the clear blue sea and sky. In the original house there were not many places to relax. That is why the architects added some nice corners and terraces to spend time outside. The guest house was also renovated and got a private swimming pool and breakfast area. At the main residence a large barbeque and dining area were provided to, typical of Greek culture, all come together for a delicious meal.
By using soft, light and natural tones, the villa brings serenity in the environment.
It is immediately clear that indoor and outdoor spaces merge into each other. A natural palette of materials and colours of wood, rattan, earthy colours, beige, white and brown dominates and brings serenity and refinement. This contrasts nicely with some pieces of glass and metal. Many of the furniture used was designed by Block 722. For other pieces, details and fabrics the architects worked together with Greek craftsmen.
Here you will undoubtedly enjoy the shady outdoor spaces and the beautiful natural interior. Image Courtesy of Block 722 architects
Photographer: Yiorgos Kordakis