One will need less than half an hour to travel 19 km from the city centre of Athens to the coast of Vouliagmeni which lies in the edge of the Athenian basin. Hidden from the world yet open to the sea, one can rediscover the Vouliagmeni beach huts as this archetypal Mediterranean architecture without architects. These summer retreats were offered at auction from spring to the first autumnal rainy days. The timber framed structures were inhabited periodically by different tenants each time who patched their winter wounds, only to be abandoned and left to their fall, once and for all twenty years ago. Though each hut feels segregated, an invisible thread and a forgotten tortuous pathway keeps this community still together, despite being jostled among the suburban cosmic villas.