Villa Ypsilon by LASSA. Photography © NAARO
The organic form of this holiday house responds to the client's desires for have a view point from which to observe the agricultural land, as well as the nearby mountains and coastline.
The earth covers gently over this hill shaped holiday home designed by greek practice studio LASSA, allowing its owners to climb up onto the roof to admire an olive grove on Greece's Peloponnese peninsula. The shell homes a private wing that is integrated in the landscape with three separate bedrooms looking towards the east, and a large living room towards the south that articulates three courtyards.