314 architecture studio conceived a house meant to be experienced as a scenographic space – making the main volume as a stage on which actors ‘perform’ their daily routine. The architects also ensured the privacy for the users by encasing the home with an exterior curtain-like shell with asymmetric, curvy cutouts. The fence surrounding the property elegantly encloses the building by hugging the volume and completing a theatrical image in the suburban context of Glyfada, Greece.
314 architecture defined the four-story terraced house with two bedrooms, one master bedroom and an office on the top floor characterized by minimalistic light-filled interiors. This results in bright, contemporary spaces scattered all around the house. The building’s interior, as well as its exterior, is represented through white surfaces such as white marble and white lacquered concrete for the floors and stairs.
At the entrance level, there is the dining and living area, which share the same open space with the kitchen. The living room fills a double height space, with one of the bedrooms overlooking it. Extensive sliding glass doors allow you to enjoy an excellent view of the outdoor garden and pool area, while seamlessly connecting the indoors and outdoors.
On the second floor there are the two bedrooms, each with its own private bathroom. One of them overlooks the living room area, making the interior more dynamic and interesting to read, while also maintaining connection between the spaces. The design of the bedrooms is also dominated by white surfaces, minimalism and brightness, the highlight being appealing mirrors with light spots that reference stars on the night sky.