LEICA'S SAFARI-GRADE NOCTIVID GIVES YOU A CLOSE UP VIEW OF ALL THE ACTION
Located in the Cyclades, a group of islands southeast of Athens in Greece lies Syros, an island with a population just north of twenty five thousand people spread across a small number of towns and villages. Like most islands in the Aegean, it boasts beautiful ancient architecture held in high regard but tourists from far and wide, so might not strike you at first as a place to check out some new-age design (with old school flavours), but check out this pimp summer pad from Athens / Stockholm based firm Block 722 Architects.
The house is designed to fit in perfectly with its surrounds, taking in the spectacular views of Plagia Bay and encompassing the historic architectural stylings of the region. With a guesthouse, library, cellar, flush-to-the-floor bathtub, huge living and sleeping areas and an infinity pool to top it all off, it’s hard to think of a better bachelor pad for summertime in the Greek islands.