On the shore of northeastern Santorini, Kapsimalis Architects envisions the Complex of Two Houses. The pair of homes appear as a characteristic stone arrangement, seeming, by all accounts, to be cut out of the volcanic scene. An outside produced using uncoated concrete and got done with hearty shades gives the veneer a stone-like appearance. Insides proceed with the topographical stylish with uncovered concrete dividers and floors to impersonate the sentiment of living inside a stone, permitting wood-cut windows to outline in perspectives on the scene. Around the outside, double open-air spaces offer interesting experiences. A patio at the back furnishes a depressed seating region with a chimney while the front gallery includes a sun deck and pool ignoring the Aegean Sea.