We’re all about those bachelor pad goals, and this summer house located on the Greek island of Syros will not disappoint.
With a goal to unify the various spaces of the house under one roof racing the Aegean, minimising volume and maximising the home’s breathtaking view of Plagia bay, architects at Block722 worked with the shape of a deconstructed rectangle with massive openings on all sides.
Entering through continuous miniature courtyards planted with aromatic herbs, guests are greeted by the home’s generous common areas covered in local masonry and decked out with soft furnishings, wood, linen and cool stone.
The home’s highlights have to include the bathtub that sits flush with the floor and looks out towards the stunning landscape, and on venturing outside, an infinity pool that gives way to endless ocean. One can dream.