The White Cycladic House in Mykonos captures the Greek island spirit within its white washed walls. Displaying a fascinating connection to the traditional Greek residences in the form of smooth corners and large outside spaces, the White Cycladic House embraces the hot weather of the island in a modern way. The fabulous Myconian residence was designed by Tasos Zeppos, Eleni Georgiadou and Associates of Zege Architects.
It is made of different volumes intersected with void that allow the bright sun to warm the interiors without deranging any of the daily routines. Rudimentary geometries shape a fantastic floor plan designed to overcome shortcomings and fabricate a comfortable lifestyle in the permanent presence of the surrounding nature. The elegant furniture was chosen by the owners themselves, participating in creating their own corner of heaven. Isn’t this residence absolutely fantastic?