Lost In Infinite Blue Villa When the Architecture folds in the Aegean

The fusion of Mykonian traditional architecture with functionality and modernity, following the client’s way of living his house, is the hallmark of a Mykonos Architects project.

Designed by Mykonos Architects, this traditional greek villa is located in Pouli, on the Greek island of Mykonos. The fusion of Mykonian traditional architecture with functionality and modernity, following the client’s way of living his house, is the hallmark of a Mykonos Architects project.

Over the last few years, people have been rather confused, bringing austere and modern lines that can’t merge with the island’s aesthetics and essentially infringe upon it. It is not necessary – and it would be wrong – to mimic of the island’s traditional architecture.

But it is essential that we understand it, feel it and respect it. Then, the more modern lines will follow naturally, highlighting and elevating this traditional mykonian farmhouses architecture.

Each “fashion” has its time. What never dies is the essence: Mykonos.

Photography by Andreas Bekas

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