Maison Kamari, on the island of Paros, is the result of a collaboration between greek architects Natasha Deliyianni and Yiorgos Spiridonos, and the owners Damien de Medeiros and Alexandra Leroux who were in charge of all the interior architecture and the decoration.
The project’s overall concept is a reinterpretation of the Cycladic cubic architecture with a modern twist and a touch . Both the house and the swimming pool have been positioned in such a way that you can fully enjoy its amphitheatrical view over the valley, the Aegean Sea and Antiparos. The stairs design of the main terrace follows the natural curve of the landscape, an invitation towards the water as they lead to the rear of the pool. Another staircase leads to the fantastic roof terrace which offers a splendid panoramic view of the mountains and the sea.
The architects and the owners aimed for a clean design, with simple volumes and lines. Alexandra and Damien are a film/photographer/music composition/decoration duo passionate about design, architecture, and well-being. They were intimately involved in the design of the house, from the initial concept to its final execution. Privacy, warmth, and comfort were crucial elements (i.e., the three bedrooms and their en-suite bathrooms are physically separated from each other for greater privacy). As for the living room and the kitchen, coexistence, habitability, and minimalism was a real obsession when it came to conceiving the interior architecture.
To decorate the interior, they curated a combination of elegant mid-century furniture from emblematic designers such as Charlotte Perriand, Olavi Hanninen, Dirk Van Sliedregt, among other pieces from the Paris, Athens, and Paros markets, which gave the house a very chic Mediterranean-Bohemian style.
Bonus tip! The house can be rented! …and it’s still available this summer for two weeks, so if you’re planning to go to Greece don’t miss the opportunity BOOK