The house develops a dialectical relation between indoor and outdoor spaces. The interior design follows a strict minimal approach which aims to create a sense of serenity and purity. A total white mood dominates and serves as a neutral frame for the view of the sea and the bay of Elounda. Materials and earthy matt colors emerge with a delicate touch into selected elements of furniture, lighting and decoration to define the interior. Among these the Okobo S160, with its natural and warm look of the Paulownia wood, is used for the bespoke kitchen, and Fronda S165, with its elm wood grains, for the desk in the bedroom.
Paulownia wood is used for the production of okobo, the traditional Japanese sandals worn by maiko, the apprentice geisha. The Okobo texture has an attractive appearance due to the regularity of the fiber.Discover