A factory transformed: architect Yannis Kaklamanis overhauled the interiors of a former wine and tsipouro (brandy) production facility, creating a sleek and minimal loft–style vacation retreat on the island of Santorini.
The compound consists of four separate residences, joined by communal outdoors spaces; Kaklamanis has restored the interiors using traditional materials like polished cement combined with sleek stainless kitchens and modern baths. The villas are available for rent; for information, go to Villa Fabrica.
Above: A polished concrete pool, overlooking the sea.
Above: A double-height living area in the Milos house.
Above: The kitchen in the Milos house.
Above: A kitchen in the Katoy house.
Above: Everything within reach; the kitchen at the Katoy house.
Above: A communal dining table.
Above: A kitchen in the Katikia house.
Above: A bedroom in the Canava house.
Above: A built-in captain's bed in the Katoy house.
Above: A bath in the Katoy house.
Above: A plastered bath in the Milos house.
Above: An overview of the compound.
Above: Outdoor dining in the Katoy house.