Set at the low-key southern part of Paros, this villa occupies a generous plot of land that affords privacy and 360o views of the landscape and the sea beyond. The impressive 8 bedroom residence is a perfect example of Cycladic architecture, comprising different-sized cubes bundled up together to form a compact, low-rise structure. The doors and windows are painted in cerulean blue to juxtapose with the stark white exterior, much like the deep blue sea contrasts the bright mid-day sky. The structure’s layout allows for ample outdoor space which has been utilized to create social areas that encourage open-air living. A large swimming pool serves as the centerpiece of the yard, offering respite from the summer heat and an ideal spot for evening gatherings. Inside the house, the décor is a blend of classic and modern pieces set against a backdrop of country-inspired elements, such as stone-paved floors and uncovered stone walls. The palette is a fusion of natural beige and rust tones that convey a natural feel. Hand-picked ornaments and art pieces have been carefully placed around the house to add character to the rooms.