The 115-square-meter family apartment, part of a 1970’s building, situated in the centre of the city of Serres, in Northern Greece, was utterly renovated, to meet the requirements of the young couple with their new-born girl.
Giorgos Sfakianakis is a Greek photographer specializing in architectural photography.
The bearing structure of the Santorini summer house has been made by reinforced concrete. Local black stone, bricks and thermal insulation have been used for the walls, as also colored earthy plaster for the coatings and the exterior floors.
The rural apartment consists of an open entrance, dining and living room area, a kitchen, two bedrooms for the four children, an ensuite master bedroom, three bathrooms and an attic. The core idea behind the concept development for this project was the application of countryside house principles into an apartment space, for a family of six.
A new sweet design shop opened its doors in Stavros, a seaside village in Chalkidiki. It’ s trademark metallic facade resembling melting chocolate, has already become an attraction point for the tourists and local residents where they can enjoy handmade waffles, cookies and cupcakes.
Our studio, recently completed this apartment renovation, bought by a young family of four. The owners wanted a flat fitted to their modern lifestyle with open communal living space.
Overlooking the Thermaic gulf, the duplex apartment was designed to house a young growing family. Normless architecture studio completed a full renovation of the flat offering a functional and cozy environment for the owners.