The attractiveness of the specifics of habitation in two old stone houses on the slopes of mountain Kissavos, which from the 80s are used as holiday homes, is the beginning of this thesis.
Features such as toggle in and out from one room to another, the habitation of the courtyard as an additional outdoor housing and the focus on some characteristic "corners" of the indoor and outdoor spaces, will be the "weft" to create a summer residence in another plot in the village.
As “warp” upon which this weft will be knitted, is used the theoretical schema of the unfolding of the floor plan. This schema comes from a study on "unfolding the inside out" on the landscape theory course.
The plan that will be used for the process of unfolding comes from the existing floor plan. The subsequent processing of the selected "unfolded plan" and the adaptation to the topography of the new plot, will lead to the creation of an outdoor summer habitation, a hybrid of holiday residence and camping. The arrangement of walls and niches opened up, will create outdoor “habitation corners” for the summer.