The summer house 'LILA House' is located in Eretria, Evia, in a residential complex on the green coastline along the Evian Gulf. The design interventions were limited to the interior part of the house, while the shell and the main accesses of the building remained unchanged. The house was designed to meet the needs of a four-member family with the capacity to accommodate a small number of guests.
The individual spaces are developed around the perimeter of the dwelling's openings, thus providing the required ventilation and natural lighting in the house.
The private and public spaces of the house are arranged on each side of an imaginary line transverse to the building. On one side there are placed the bedrooms and the private bathrooms and on the other side the living areas, dining room and kitchen.
The wall separating the master bedroom and the living room serves as an identity element. The integrated double-sided fireplace creates an atmosphere of warmth and tranquility, in contrast to the exterior coastal-style ensemble. The white chestnut wooden beams that are placed on the roof of the house, create a strong unifying stylistic element.