“Zen Minimal Luxury Housing” is located in the coastal area of Tyros, in the mythical Arcadian landscape. Through this smart housing complex project and its conceptual balance between architecture, nature, mind and spirit, they bring into life the meaning of “Zen”, that of being in a total state of focus incorporating a total togetherness of body and mind, thus to say, feeling peaceful and relaxed.

While the previous situation of the hotel was characterized by a 120 square meters multi-cabin structure of a total twelve, separated, rooms apartment, the new design promotes functionality, privacy and comfort.

 

 

This is achieved by creating three individual and fully private apartments of 54, 27 and 27 square meters each, placed strategically to generate natural lighting and ventilation, turning it into a property destination noted for its flawless architecture and its immediate relationship with the picturesque, surrounding landscape.

 

 

What makes this project one-of-a-kind?

Through this smart housing complex project and its conceptual balance between architecture, nature, mind and spirit, they bring into life the meaning of “Zen”, that of being in a total state of focus incorporating a total togetherness of body and mind, thus to say, feeling peaceful and relaxed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

About the authors

LandmArch. is a creative practice for landscape architecture, urban planning and architecture based in Athens, Greece, and Stockholm, Sweden.

Our goal is clear. Design Sustainable and Social Cohesive Societies! We focus therefore on the importance of social sustainability by means of social interaction, environmental protection, and enhancement of the biodiversity, accessibility, walkability and inclusive economy.

In LandmArch. we design places for people and we do it with responsibility towards the environment and the society.

We believe a good design can provide spiritual, social, leisure and psychological well-being leading to life satisfaction.

 

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Authors: Xenia Mastoraki, LandmArch
Client: Xenia Mastoraki
Photos: Dimitris Kleanthis

Location: Tyros, Arcadia, Greece
Year: 2019
Area: 120 m2

Text provided by the authors of the project.