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Thursday, December 23, 2010


maisonettes at beautiful mountain of the Centaurs, PELION , in Greece

Architectural Design :        Michael Balaroutsos Architect                                                                                                                                                         Planner

Structural Design :             Michael Balaroutsos Architect
                                                                &  Associates
                                            John Tzavellos Civil Engineer

Facilities :                          Michael Balaroutsos Architect
                                                                &  Associates
                                           Chris Dimarellias    Electrical

Landscape Architecture : Michael Balaroutsos Architect
                                                               & Associates

Art Design :                            Helen Aglaini
                                            Gina Taktikoy

Property :                          ODYSSEAS AU

Construction :                    ODYSSEAS AU


Michael Balaroutsos  architect
TK 38333
e-mail     [email protected]    [email protected]

It is the mountain of the Centaurs.
The lush vegetation of olive groves and orchards, his lacy beaches and dense forests of chestnuts, make it like the most ideal
part of Greece for permanent or holiday home.
Pouri, a small village a little farther away from Zagora at an altitude of 450 meters, emerges through the green countryside and has the advantage of the unique view over the Aegean Sea.
On the edge of the eye are visible shores of Halkidiki and Mount Athos.

The slanted position of the land, between two access roads, make the construction of 6 two-storey detached houses (villas) as ideal as they do not hinder the view to the Aegean and the design was done with respect to the Pelion architecture and the natural environment.
All homes have individually surrounding a reasonable distance from each other.

Features Assembly:

Each house has:
- Traditional wooden windows high strength and beauty
- Stone slab roof Pelion. In some houses the roof is internally "apparent"
- Fireplace
- External security doors, wood-paneled
- heating oil, which is the safest option for the cold winter months

Characteristics of dwellings:

- Traditional House 80 sq.m - ID: KΑ

- Traditional House 80 sq.m - ID: KD

- Traditional Houses 95 sq.m-

Traditional House 95 sq.m - ID:MD

Traditional House 105 sq.m - Ref PD (construction of a second phase)

Traditional House 105 sq.m - Ref PA (construction of a second phase)

The surface of the garage is counted in the rate of construction land as a residence, so that it can whenever it wants the buyer to legally turn in an extra room.


The construction is strong and solid reinforced concrete foundation (RADIE) for maximum security of each building.
The walls are stretcher bond with internal double insulation Wall Mate.
The roofs, some of which are visible inside, is made of chestnut wood and coated in the traditional way of local architecture with stone slabs.

The layout of the ground floor consists of three bedrooms and bathroom, or two rooms and garages, according to the wish of the buyer.
From the main staircase (reinforced concrete) become accessible to the first floor.
The first floor features an open Living room and kitchen plus a small WC.
The balconies and terraces above the garage, built pergolas for the
of climbing plants.



                                              IN REAL TIME-A. PHASE OF CONSTRUCTION

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