Overlooking the Aegean Sea, the beauty of this home is breath-taking. Perfectly hidden in the cliff, you would never be able to see if from a distance. But brace yourself of a magnificent tour of one daring design unlike anything you’ve ever seen.
Brutalism became an outstanding option for architectures in the 1950s and lasted for some 20 years. The style dared to deny the earlier jovial styles.
Instead, it embodied strength, structure and function. The Brutalism style acquires its name from the French word béton brut meaning raw concrete. Aptly describing this house, we can see the actual essence of this style exhibited in this home.
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Upon driving into the location, you will see the swimming pool perfectly lined with the Aegean Sea, replicating an effect of an endless pool. The view from any vantage point is amazing.
Designers Laertis-Antonios Ando Vassiliou and Pantelis Kampouropoulos perfectly created a bold and daring piece of work. If you care to venture inside, there is a 50 foot stair entrance as well as an elevator into the home.
As you descend, it is hard not the notice the vast and powerful waters staring back at you.
What is even more fascinating is the roof of the home is the glass-bottom pool. The simplicity that is the décor intensifies the power of the secluded structure. The open living space allows you to focus on the minimalist design and the visual effects dancing on the walls, created by the water of the pool.
There are many components that make this house a home. A master bedroom, fireplace, dining area, and open kitchen. What do you think something like this costs? This home is phenomenal!
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