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Greece's First ''Floating'' Home

The house looks like it’s emerging from the ground. Photo credit: madosamiou.com

The seaside tourist hotspot of Lagonissi in Greece’s Attica is now home to one of the country’s most peculiar yet intriguing private residencies.
The project dubbed ”House 6°” was created by the architectural office of Mado Samiou from Athens and is Greece’s first ”floating home.”
The house looks like it has landed on a field and is currently floating before its complete alignment with the ground.
The interior is very minimalistic, with some of its elements being submerged into the ground. Photo credit: madosamiou.com

Its name showcases that the house itself is inclined by 6°, completely and harmoniously, similar to the natural inclination of the local topography of this area in Lagonissi.
What is even more unique about this architectural gem of Attica is the fact that some parts of the house are completely submerged into the ground, while others are floating in the air.
Of course, the lucky resident will enjoy uninterrupted views of the beautiful surroundings and will take advantage of the abundance of natural light coming from the almost constantly sunny weather of the south coast of Attica.
Photo credit: madosamiou.com

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