Drawn by a profound respect and absolute admiration for the natural topography of the area, we decided to design and raise a stone masonry wall complex consisting of three independent two-storey residences and a basement, with the intention of creating a space that is closely related to the surrounding natural elements. The building complex consists of one large and two smaller residences. Each of the smaller houses contains all the common areas on the ground floor -living room, kitchen, bathroom- while on the first floor, which communicates with the ground floor through a wooden staircase, there is a bedroom and an additional bathroom. Similarly, the larger residence includes all the common areas on the ground floor, with the only difference being the addition of an extra bedroom, while through the wooden staircase that runs through it, it leads us to the main bedroom and its bathroom located on the first floor. The entire structure has been designed and oriented in such a way as to achieve a subtle integration of the architecture into this stunning landscape. Clad entirely in stone, the three houses project a raw and natural character, strongly anchored to the ground while exuding a sense of serenity and timelessness. This impression of warmth and rusticity is reinforced by the playful tetris-like geometry of the three terraces that allow an uninterrupted observation of the surrounding nature. Sunkissed throughout the day thanks to their orientation, the three houses offer an unobstructed view of the sea stretching from thenorth all the way to the east. The complex is located less than 1km from the beach of Syneti - which is more easily accessible by car - and less than 500 m from the centre of Syneti. Thus, although deliberately decentralized, this stone-walled complex is a retreat at a stone's throw from the bustling centre.