Just outside the village of Chora, amidst the imposing rawness of the hills, there stands a complex of two separate residences which were purposefully connected in an organic manner, so as to share in the benefits of the surrounding nature. The approach here, stived to fuse the traditional local construction methology (including the typical cycladic colouring and the flat roofs that merge harmonically into the landscape) with a contemporary twist, so as to achieve maximum coherence withminimum intervention in the natural scenery. Both houses are typologically characterised by two levels, with all common areas -living room, kitchen, bathroom- settled in the groundfloor, whilst the first floor functions as a more private space, hosting the bedroom and an additional bathroom. Despite the fact that the first floor of both buildings is more private by nature, neither of the bedrooms is deprived of the openess that the groundfloors enjoy, as they are surrounded by interconnected balconies which offer spectacular view of the sunrise and the sunset. The unobstructed view to the sea and the village of Chora is enhanced by the amphitheatrical arrangement, as well as the obtuse angles of both buildings. The two homes are surrounded perimetrically by an extended courtyard, extended over two levels which include a swimming pool and a barbeque area, while providing enough space to create an exterior lounge. Although the aforementioned residences could risk to be considered as isolated due to them being positioned outside of the official settlement, they arein fact located in the most ideal of spots for a person who desires to settle in a self-contained resort,while at the same time enjoying an easy and quixk access to the sea and the neighbouring village - the houses are located 2,5km from Chora and less than 500m from Lidi beach, in the northeast.