Contemporary Cycladic living on the Greek island of Syros

With modern Mediterranean interiors

Rough cut stone, white walls and simple geometry define this contemporary Cycladic retreat on the Greek island of Syros.

Athenian architect Sotiris Tsergas and interior designer Katja Margaritoglou of Block 722 Architects designed the clifftop holiday home, which looks out across the Aegean Sea from its stepped terraces and boxy windows.

Interiors pay homage to craftsmanship: polished concrete and crisply rendered walls juxtapose raw timber surfaces in the kitchen and rugged stone fireplaces in the living room. Hemp rope lamps and storm lanterns are locally made, while occasional pops of colour come from furnishings throughout the four-bedroom island home.

The Greek holiday home is available to rent exclusively via Off Grid Hideaways from €8,650 per week and has several shaded terraces including an al fresco dining patio and seating area next to the infinity pool.

Contemporary Cycladic living on the Greek island of Syros
Photography by Yiorgos Kordakis
Contemporary Cycladic living on the Greek island of Syros
Photography by Yiorgos Kordakis
Contemporary Cycladic living on the Greek island of Syros
Photography by Yiorgos Kordakis
Contemporary Cycladic living on the Greek island of Syros
Photography by Ioanna Roufopoulou

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