The study concerns a traditional two-volume building extending over two floors, with an enclosed courtyard area and orchard, in the area of Mylopotamos, specifically in the traditional settlement of Margarites. The construction of the building dates back to around 1900 and its construction material is stone, with a wooden roof and clay roof tiles. In the building, various construction elements of the period and the region were observed, such as battlements, recesses in stone walls and traditional fireplace cookers.
Project: Mylopotamos House
Location: Margarites - Mylopotamos, Crete
Plot area: 500m2
Building area: 160m2