The architectural design attempts to redefine the meaning of tourism accommodation and to promote it into an experience for the guest, connecting him with the place, the history, and the local culture. The goal was achieved by creating an alternative hospitality space, on a soft, white-sand beach, close to the village of Marmari, where guests feel invited in a house and luxury services are offered carelessly and discreetly. The classic main building is decontructed. The public are acquires the urban arrangement of a Greek island settlement. Around a central square, the main public functions are articulated in four individual buildings: the reception, the administration, the bar with shop, and the library. On the central axis path, one finds the ground-flour spa, in a plain modular cube-shape building. Framed with pine and olive trees as well as romantic herbs, it offers traditional hamam indoor pool, gym, and outdoor yoga space.
The central axis drives to the dominant restaurant/beach-club. The idea of the building is abolished and the facilities are freely placed under Γ- shaped sheds, pointing to the sea and the indoor yard-pool. The area is adjustable to the weather conditions and needs, with sliding window frames hidden in special niches that can be unfolded. On days of intense wind, the glass panels on the north front of the beach close, creating a leeward zone. The north wooden veranda oversees the sand dunes and the beach, providing an abundant against heat.
The rooms consist of three different types. The double rooms in group of one to two-floor buildings form neighborhoods around gardens and patios, The ''small houses'', developed in complexes of two or three, share a pool and an internal yard. The ''big houses'' of one or two bedrooms, enjoy private pools and yards. The room buildings are allocated in three zones, according to their type and referring to the arrangement of the Aegean settlements.