Nestled in a cove of a cliff in Therassia, overlooking the Aegean Sea, hotelier Costis Psychas had transformed a old warehouse into a dream home with volcanic rock façade and luxurious interiors.
Location: Therassia, Santorini, Greece
Photography: William Abranowicz
Psychas moved from Athens to the Coast of Santorini in 1984, and he discovered a former warehouse for a pumice mine, a 1860 building had been abandoned for decades, much of the structure was under water.
Together with 20 local artisans, he rebuilt the submerged foundation and reconstructed the façade, the renovation lasted four years.
Ultimate life of water：
By day, they join Psychas on the water–sailing to the nearby volcano and surrounding islands or sea kayaking around the nearby cliffs. In the evening, they gather with their host for dinner on the terrace, with its magical view of the stars and Santorini’s twinkling lights.