Who doesn't dream of having a holiday home in Greece? We do - and we wouldn't at all mind if it looked like the striking Villa F. Designed by Hornung & Jacobi Architects, the 220 sq m holiday home proposal was created for a couple who sought a separate space for guests. The prefabricated timber structure makes sense given the climate conditions of the coastal site in Rhodes, and rooftop photovoltaic panels ensure the project's self-sufficiency.
This beautiful villa in Greece is powered by the sun
A holiday home for a couple, it has all the luxuries one could want but with an eco-sensibility
Skylights pump natural light indoors
The swimming pool helps to create a cooling evaporative affect
An existing stone wall frames the site
Deep overhangs mitigate excess solar gain in summer
The entire home for a couple and guests is oriented towards the water