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On the east coast of the island of Rhodes, where two tectonic plates meet, a fault line creates a break in the desert landscape. It is along this natural incision that the architecture firm Aristides Dallas has imagined a hotel project as a second skin on the ground. Inspired by the centuries-old history of this unusual landscape, the studio was keen to propose a contemporary tourist-accommodation concept that focuses on the experience of the dwelling and understanding its history. The loft-like rooms offer a revealing view of the sea and the cliff. So much so that the majestic cleft is always in focus. A surprising project that was praised at the 9th Biennale of Young Greek Architects…


Yaël Nacache