With its ‘hourglass corral,’ DECA architecture completes the latest addition to an evolving series of residences on the greek island of milos. the project, intrinsically molded by the natural conditions of its site, seeks to introduce a sensitive and sustained attention to the local tradition and the celebrated landscape. sun-drenched and cooled by sea breezes, the impressive work of architecture is sunken beneath the level of the ground plane. the dwelling, which has four south-facing bedrooms, forms part of the ‘voronoi’s corrals’ — a larger territory the architects have been designing for the last ten years. with its green roof, the project aims to generate a dialogue between architecture and nature, logical geometry and organic wilderness.