Six summer residences were designed on a land of different neighboring plots 29 acres in total. Each residence consists of a main house, an independent guest house and a pool. The housing complex was designed in a way that makes every residence easily accessible while maintaining its privacy. All houses are oriented towards the southwest, where the climatic conditions (sunlight, protection from the wind) are optimal and one can enjoy the sea view. A basic design parameter was also the adaptation to the landscape; therefore all building volumes follow the natural slope of the hill. The alternation between natural stone and white plaster makes the architectural synthesis more interesting. The main concern was that the outdoor space be a continuum of the indoor space given that in summer houses the outdoors is of equal use and importance as indoors.