The architectural approach is not tempted by the idea of imitation as from the very beginning aimed at challenging the notion of “dialectical contemporary”, bypassing the “traditional” and “ephemeral”. In order for the ambient atmosphere of the place-and its underlying nature, the one that a person receives behind and beyond the visible or the obvious – to be reflected on the synthesis in a contemporary manner, a terminology was adopted, that was borrowed from a neo-modern manierism, filled with multiple experiential implications that deal with the concept of the “building – event”. This approach contrasts the truly pictorial revival of the traditional “building - exemplar” which is the usual and expected case. The suggested synthesis constitutes a spatial narrative of the attributes of this particular place. The dialogue between the proposal and the natural landscape of the area, as well as with the living memory of the tradition, outline the main design principles. The complex is developed amphitheatrically, with multiple levels in succession, resembling terraced fields on a hillside. Built in equal courses with intermediate voids, the modules of the rooms and suites create linear arrays reminiscent of drystone walls on a bigger scale. The parts extracted from the main volume of the structure that the rooms are developed – in such a way that ensures that the primitive volume remains comprehensible – are filled with natural light, a key element of the composition. The impression that results from this design gesture – having a white volume with repeated motifs/voids – reminds the viewer of a traditional dovecote. In the interior and exterior communal spaces, the narrative of the concept is different. It references the traditional plaza and the deck of a yacht and denotes a “surface” architecture, where scale becomes bigger and space is being designed from the outside to the inside.