For this house in the countryside, one of the aims was the creation of a pool. So, we created a "Γ" shaped building, in order to enclose the pool and create a private outer space, cut off from the road. As said, the building is consisted of two main volumes, which are joined at a "movements junction" in which the main entrance is located. Functionally, the two volumes reflect and separate the private and the public areas of the residence. As for materials, the use of local stone is dominant (as a reference to the traditional architecture of the region) and interacts with the clean white surfaces and the clear volumes, giving the stigma of the minimalist purity that pervades in the contemporary architecture.