Inspired by the geophysical phenomena that shape the physiognomy of the island, the "Lap Pool House" residence in Tinos, is a re-interpretation of the conflict between the stone and the air. This endless battle creates pedestals and cavities while the concrete slab seems to have been placed as a wedge on the site by a hand-crafted craftsman.
In any case, the result is noticeably distinct from its natural surroundings and at the same time, it emerges into a natural landmark.
The dynamic minimalist dwelling describes these spatial qualities and its relationship, exposure and introversion, creating, pedestals and cavities of hospitality, which they emerge in and out of the landscape. At the same time, it differs from this through it of its material, as a slit in the natural relief. In this way, spaces are created autonomous and in full exposure, at the same time as others they turn inside, perfectly protected. Among them, the linear aquatic element introduces an additional factor, the liquidity.
In the end, the residence is a reference to the qualities of the factors that make up the natural landscape, while attempting to rewrite the continuous interaction between the elements of nature.