The Cypriot architects of Vardas Studio have built a new luxury residence on the island. Their aesthetic of geometric volumes and apparently simply furnishings provides the air of luxury the clients wanted.
The architecture of the good life; places where you can sip your wine in the shadows of works of contemporary architecture. The mountain landscape provides the inspiration for buildings in which guests are surrounded by conviviality, art and nature.
During an event televised on November 25 on the programme Grand Designs: House of the Year, Flint House designed by architects Skene Catling De La Pena was named RIBA House of the Year. This week’s best of the week feature looks at homes in various parts of the world presented recently in Floornature.
This project in Pafos, Cyprus by the architects of Vardas Studio is a composition in wood, glass and concrete. The building follows the slope of the hills down to the sea, creating the impression it is resting on the ground: the architects say it could not have been built any other way.
The lie of the land stimulates the creativity of the architects of Vardas Studio. On a hill on the island of Cyprus, they have designed a residence with a contemporary flavour that is developed vertically on three levels and adapts to the shape of the land.
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