HOUSE AT SIPHNOS ISLAND II
A cliff hanging over the sea and then a flat area, a plateau. There lies the house. Touching the rock we descend. We create the first level at 2.5 m below the surface of the plateau, enlarging it and then utilising its roof top as a courtyard.
On the north east side of this transformed and artificial level, an orthogonal prism with its northwest corner chamfered, emerges through an outdoor staircase which leads to the prisms roof top.
On the first level, the bedrooms with their outdoor space in between them. On the second level, inside the orthogonal prism, the day room with the kitchen, all surrounded by the courtyard with an outdoor dining and seating area.