Architectural firm Block 722 recently put together two twin holiday island abodes that perfectly mirror one another with a contemporary, natural and angular design aesthetic. The homes are located on the Greek island Syros and each offers a structural design that is complementary to the other.
More often than not houses are built with a design that is meant to stand alone, but these tropical island abodes are meant to work in conjunction with one another while still offering separate spaces. The houses are called Syros I and Syros II with one space offering the bedrooms for guests and the other common spaces for hanging out. The designs make use of natural materials such as stone and wood to offer naturalistic layouts that are complementary to the Plagia Bay that they sit on.