In 2014, Buerger Katsota Architects (BKA) began work on the ultimate minimalist Greek getaway on the island of Paros. The project, dubbed "Houses A-2," saw the firm convert two former rental studios into a pair of open-plan holiday homes that were completed last year.

Photographer Yiorgis Yerolymbos captured the whitewashed concrete and wood complexes, which measure approximately 5,381 square feet in total. Up top, the building features a wooden pergola with cantilevering beams, providing much-needed shade from the hot Aegean sun and a wind-protected area for lounging.

On the upper level, the living room, dining room, kitchen, and guest room are supplemented with terraces that offer stunning panoramic views and an outdoor seating area with barbecue.

Check out the images above and visit BKA online for more information.

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