The azure waters of the Aegean Sea and the white architecture set the stage for the Santorini Grace, a luxury hotel of Architects DiverCity & MplusM in one of the many majestic cliffs of the island. Set in the traditional and unpretentious architecture of the Cyclades islands, the Santorini Grace
on the outside it looks identical to its neighbors with its traditional yposkafa buildings (white concrete, the cave-like, with rounded edges and dome-shaped roofs). The interiors are carved out of the same single, whitewashed concrete slab that provides niches, benches, storage, bed platforms, and end tables, eliminating the need for most of the furniture. Curved modern chairs, hourglass-shaped coffee tables, and flat-screen televisions are some of the elegant touches found throughout the room.
Photo: Erieta Attali, Serge Detalle