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Outstanding Residences in Agios Fokas, Greece by Z-level

The project that stands on farmland offers beautiful views of the sea and nature. It consists of two buildings connected on the roof level and surrounded by olive trees. This superb residence is located in Agios Fokas, Greece and built by the architectural firm, Z-level.

The houses designed based on bioclimatic approach using openings on either side, ventilation and shading. The multi-level inclined roof presents a different level of space where a highest room space featuring an open balcony that blends in with the interior and also offering access to beautiful outdoor scenery.

The main area of the residence consists of living room, dining area, and kitchen occupying the same level. While the bedroom takes a minimalist theme with a touch of wooden furniture. The indoor area blends with the outdoor which is faded by a large sliding glass door. And The outdoor area located on the back patio offers a cozy lounging area as well as a swimming pool.

It consists of two buildings connected on the roof level

surrounded by olive trees

This superb residence is located in Agios Fokas, Greece

built by the architectural firm, Z-level

The houses designed based on bioclimatic approach

using openings on either side, ventilation and shading

The main area of the residence consists of living room, dining area, and kitchen occupying the same level

highest room space featuring an open balcony

offering access to beautiful outdoor scenery

interior of Outstanding Residences in Agios Fokas, Greece by Z-level

minimalist theme of Outstanding Residences in Agios Fokas, Greece by Z-level

bedroom takes a minimalist theme with a touch of wooden furniture

indoor area blends with the outdoor which is faded by a large sliding glass door

outdoor area located on the back patio

cozy lounging area with a swimming pool

Outstanding Residences in Agios Fokas, Greece by Z-level

This superb residence built by the architectural firm, Z-level

The house designed based on bioclimatic approach using openings on either side, ventilation and shading

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