It is a private residence in the heart of Athens, Greece, that spreads over 11 floors of which 6 are above and 5 below ground level. The facade of the building is quite possibly one of the biggest operations in CAD - CAM marble worldwide. It is made out of 2290 pieces of CNC cut marble that were manufactured to precision and assembled on site by a team of 30 people consisting of architects, project managers, sculptural engineers, stonemasons, steelmakers, sculptors and various other artists. All the interiors are completely custom made and most of them are the outcome of CAD/CAM application. Most prominent among them is the entrance to the house, highlighted by a 9-meter inhabitable fiberglass bridge over a shallow pool. The bedroom, living room and penthouse feature a new concept on furniture. Solid marble benches are morphed off from the floor that is made of the same material. Solid wood CNC-milled high gloss lacquered forms articulate the bed and bathroom in the master bedroom. Everything has been custom designed by our office. The staircase leading from the main lounge area to the penthouse, is a 100% scripted geometry. A parametric design that has as sole input one trajectory curve, it is comprised of 23 steps, each of which then continues to becomes a bookshelf.