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Function|Detached House Location|Eleftheroupoli, Greece Type|Commission - Residential Client|Private Size|Plot Area: 2000.00 sqm - Build Area: 350.00 sqm Stage|Completed I Built Architectural Design|Z-Level | Elena Zervoudakis Interior & Landscape Design|KAAF Architects I Alexandros Kitriniaris KAAF Team|Dionysia Patiri, Dimitra Koutsogeorga Supervision|KAAF I Kitriniaris Associates Architecture Firm Structural Engineer|Kostas Spiridis & Associates MEP Engineer|Kostas Spiridis & Associates Photographer|Karen Gkiounasian

The residence in Eleftheroupoli, a small town in Northern Greece, is situated in the spectacular landscape that lies between the Mount Symvolo and Mount Pangaion, and celebrates the geological wealth of the region, particularly the renowned local Kavala Stone. The architectural design tells the fascinating journey of stone quarrying and processing; using rock that is 500-600 million years old and showcasing its uniqueness. The residence expands over two stories and a basement. The first level has been dressed in Kavala slate, providing the sense of a solid base, while the second level extends beyond the first, giving the sense of a volume that is floating above the stone base.