Residency in Alepohori, is a budget house located in a beautiful coastal area near Athens. Architectural synthesis was significantly restricted by an existing building which perimeter I had to retain. MEP in the building was really a challenge, due to the owner’s particularities. The frame of the house was in this case reinforced concrete, the rational budget choice in Greece, and in an area that is often hammered with 6 to 7 Richter earthquakes. In three dimensional drawings, the sun’s actual placement was used, in midday, in winter & summer solstice, to better design canopies around the house and have a bioclimatic environment. The shape of the canopies upon a second grid came to surface trying to solve upper floor’s many rooms that the owner requested; it was a minimum space problem and this 30-degree rotation really helped out; the canopies followed and this second grid became a little architectural concept. The building is under construction.