The project involves extending the family home with a modern concrete frame extension in keeping with the existing building and the development of two stone villas.
The two floor extension adjoins the rear of the house and is located above an existing single floor area. The wooden ceiling and floor is supported by cypress trunk beams. The pitched roof is constructed with a wooden frame, which will be visible from inside.
The two stone villas are traditionally built from the foundations up. The thickness of the walls starts at 80cm for the foundations, reducing to 50cm thickness for the exterior walls and 40cm for internal walls. The stone is Cretan, non-pouros and hand cut by our stone masons. The corner stones are reclaimed from older buildings undergoing redevelopment. The mantels above windows and doors are either wood or stone.