Angela Tsementzis’ Concrete House is perched on a slope within the quiet and leafy location. Tsementzis envisioned a structure, which would keep the surrounding nature in full focus, designing out any decorative elements that would pull attention away from the building’s natural context. The result was a series of minimal, streamlined stacked volumes, featuring large amounts of glazing, added to bring the surrounding nature within the walls of the home – the architect’s first standalone build. The interior is modern, airy and eye-catching: every room surprises with adorable works of art and various decorations. I love how the dining zone with living room are united and the glazing that allows enjoying the gorgeous views.