Aurora Blue Villa

Architectural Design: creative SA
Location: Maleme, Municipality of Chania
Study period: 2022
Land area: 1.697,84 sq.m.
Total square meters of houses: 49 1sq.m.

Type: Tourist Accommodation


The property is located in the wider area of Maleme, about 16 km west of the city of Chania, within a plot of total area of 1.697,84 m².The house is developed in a plot full of olive trees. The slope of the plot is gentle, with the largest difference in altitude being located in the northern part of the plot. The plot is bordered on three sides by a rural road, and to the north by an adjacent property - an undeveloped plot. The orientation is north facing with a view of the sea.

Most of the area is occupied by properties with olive trees. The building is limited and concerns mainly detached houses for tourist use.

Upstairs there are 3 more bedrooms with private bathrooms each. Each room has large openings and access to a private balcony. Furthermore, the left room has access to a private terrace of 58.40 sqm.

The outdoor area extends in front of the house and includes the swimming pool, with a total surface area of 94.00 sq.m., seating areas and a covered area for the bbq and dining area. Furthermore, in the outdoor area there is a semi-outdoor space that hosts the gym.

Natural materials in earthy tones were chosen for the house, so that the house harmonizes with the environment in which it is developed. For the walls a white coating was chosen. The frames are dark grey aluminium and the flooring material is granite tiles with a stone look in beige-grey shades. Furthermore, the wood panelling is intense throughout the shell of the building. Specifically, wood is found in the cladding of the exteriors, the pergolas and the decorative threads. The removable perforated perforated wood threads act as a decorative element of the facades and as a filter that adjusts the visual contact.

At the same time, emphasis was placed on the landscaping of the surrounding area and the appropriate planting was chosen, in order to create a pleasant, summery environment suitable for relaxation close to nature.

Finally, the design of the surrounding area and the architecture of the building are further enhanced by the appropriate lighting design.


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