I could never imagine such an unusual vacation home with an amazing sculptural shape. This is Villa F in Rhodes, Greece, by Peter Thomas Hornung, Elsa Katharina Jacobi and Jan Escher. The shape relates to the found eroded rocks and washed away shoreline, the entrance was generated by an interruption in the continuous natural stonewall. The interior is ultra-minimalist; everything is done in white because the sunlight is abundant and white heats not so much. Massive building parts were avoided to reach a quick cool down. An additional cooling effect will be provided by the evaporation of the pool. The triangle-shaped photovoltaics on the roof provide the building with energy and enable a self-sufficient living. Impressive architecture, green solutions and spacious minimalist interior – that’s a success!