In this bioclimatic residence in Agia Fyla Limassol, a minimalistic direction was followed morphologically, with the aim of distinguishing the actual architectural features without unnecessary decorations and exaggerations, following the modernistic standards. Its main idea is based on the formation of the public spaces on the ground floor and private spaces on the first floor. Consequently, the dining areas are articulated in an open layout on the ground floor with large openings to the South, thus achieving cross ventilation and natural lighting. At the same time, the volume of the first floor is developed as a frame of the ground floor, giving a continuity to the design composition of the residence. Additionally, on the southern face of the building, a semi-permeable canopy is formed, which creates a covered outdoor space without obstructing the natural lighting of the interior spaces during the year.