The design of a new house complex located in the island of Antiparos became the architectural analogy of the structure of the typical cycladic village. The low-rise and dense planning, the narrow streets, the central square etc. are transferred in the project as a continuation of the landscape and the typology of the traditional architecture. The complex includes 3 cores with 11 houses in total. In every core there is a central patio, that follows the design decisions and the functional needs; it’s the central square of a cycladic village with the surrounding buildings around it. The materials used are white plaster and plastered stone, so that the variation of texture, and not color, intensifies the division of the volumes.