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An Architect's Holiday House in Hydra

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified May 20, 2014 01:06 AM
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by Julie Carlson last modified May 19, 2014

Theodore Zouboulakis, a member of a well-known Athens art-dealing family, designed his own holiday retreat on the island of Hydra, merging traditional Greek architecture with industrial elements (think: stucco meets steel). Zoumboulakis studied architecture at the National Technical University of Athens and received a masters of architecture at UCLA; he works with Hermes in Paris and has also designed all the spaces for the Zoumboulakis Galleries. See more of his work at  Zouboulakis Architects . Photos by Studio Paterakis via Zouboulakis Architects . Above: Zouboulakis' waterfront house is located in the village of Vlykos on the island of Hydra.  Above: A shaded patio overlooking the sea. Above: Zouboulakis used concrete counters and stainless appliances in the kitchen. Above: A reclaimed marble basin serves as the kitchen sink.   Above: Kitchen essentials are suspended from a rail mounted on the vent hood. Above: Zouboulakis devised an open-plan interior, merging the living and dining spaces. Above: A sofa covered in nautical blue and white stripes anchors the living room. Above: A Chair One with Concrete Base by Konstantic Grcic for Magis contrasts with an antique sideboard. Above: Another view of the living room. Above: Zouboulakis' steel staircase adds a modern note to the interior.  Above: A bedroom opens to the outdoors. Above: The master bedroom features a concrete trough sink. Above: A green-painted Adirondack chair anchors a corner of a pass-through room.     More Stories from Remodelista The Architect Is In: A Brooklyn Townhouse Grows Around a Roof Garden At Work in Silver Lake: Kelly Lamb's Old LA Art Studio A Whiter Shade of Pale: Weaver Caitlin Emeritz at Home in Seattle




 

 


 

 

 
 
 

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