On the top of a hill with unobstructed perimetrical view, stands the complex of Saint John Kalivitis which consists of the chapel and a stone building used for various events and gatherings.
The architectural composition consists of strict austerity and spreads on a grid of 1.20m x1.20 m.
The goal of the study was to conserve the feeling of the austerity and at the same time to extend the habitation to the outdoors. This is achieved by creating a welcoming and pleasant yard with an outdoor kitchen and resting areas. In the interior the dominant feature was the wooden ceiling which defined the choice of textures and colors of the interior.