Is the place we live a linear, familiar place that we easily identify as ‘our place’, a solid background where we place ourselves in the same way we adjust ourselves in a photography studio in order to be photographed or is it labyrinth, an enigmatic place, that constantly transforms and escaping our perception of time and space? Stratis continues to scrutinize the regulated landscapes of his home place, exploring the boundaries between what we form and content, reality and metaphors. Heidegger argues that spaces possess a varying degree of extension and enclosure. Stratis questions the character of the spaces that surrounds us, the identity of our familiar place. He looks up to the subordinate places, the dead end streets, the abandon houses, the hidden corners, that escape from human taxonomy, attempting in that way to shed light to the traces from the heterotopia’s inhabitance. His architectural photographs of his native environment Chios island, are in that way paths that connect these fragments of heterotopia, forming a new geography between the real and the fictional character of a place.