The CY House, sat on a 350 sq m plot, has an aluminium-clad roof and wrap around windows that give a wonderful view of luscious olive trees, spiny cypress leaves and orange groves. The high-ceilings, glass walls and natural lighting harmoniously blend with the natural landscape and flora. Natural materials such as wood, concrete, iron, aluminum, come together in unexpected ways. The inner height of the clean, white interior space has been doubled, and boasts an exposed iron staircase and a floor-to-ceiling library – accessible from either of the two floors – in addition to exposed piping and a bridge that runs the full-length of the upper story. In the main living area of the house, facing the lush backyard, the ceiling reaches a majestic five meters in height, which rises up to a striking 6 meters towards the front facade.