Spaces Villas

Spaces Villas

Architect
Mykonos Architects
Location
Fanari, Mykonos, Greece
Project Year
2015
Category
Private Houses

Spaces Villas

Mykonos Architects as Architecture & Interior design

A symphony of Cycladic tradition & Italian sophistication

 

Spaces Villas was a first investment in Mykonos for the clients, a firm with over 40 years of experience in building sector in Italy. The first step was to find a plot of land in an ideal location, with a building permit already approved. We found a place where the sun meets the sky and sea, an idyllic setting like Fanari in Mykonos. Once the location was chosen, the already approved building permit needed to be transformed to a better studied project. Everything came into place under the rubric of Mykonian minimalism, Cycladic tradition and Italian style. The two-villas complex was envisioned, built and equipped with every detail in mind so as to ensure a truly unique Mykonian-Italian feeling.

The soft light blue and white accents add a breath of summer in every room of this sea view Mykonos villa while the minimal Cycladic architecture, the modern design and Italian style complete the chic yet casual effect. Overlooking the wondrous Aegean Sea, the Chora of Mykonos and the neighboring islands, these private villas offers an amazing island retreat. 
The villas feature each three appointed bedrooms with en-suite bathroom, a cosy living room, a fully fitted kitchen and comes complete with a private veranda with infinity pool. It intends to provide a great comfort in a stylish atmosphere adorned with Cycladic elements and exquisite pieces of Italian design. 

Materials and references

 

White painted chestnut ceiling

Light grey cement screed flooring, by a local hand, according to the local art and technique

Sanitary by Palazzani

Lighting by Flos & Foscarini

Kitchen and cupboards by Veneta Cucine

Furniture by Gervasoni

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