Built on a picturesque site in Paiania, Athens, Greece, the Paradox House is a wonderful 2,690-square foot residence that features an eye-catching, complex and contemporary design sketched out by a team of architects from Klab Architecture. The exterior design includes multiple windows that allow natural light to flow unobstructed throughout the living areas, but we should also mention the clever positioning of the walls that protect the residence from the cold winds coming in from the north.
The main social area within the abode is found at the ground level and is linked to the outdoor garden through a series of special openings. The layout of the Paradox House flaunts 3 white cubes that provide accommodations for each member of the family. These cubes are linked with the help of corridors and bridges, and they all boast their own balconies that can be used to take in the wonderful views of the rural countryside.
Photos by Panos Kokkinias