Translator – Law office located in the centre of Athens with an explicit view to Klafthmonos Square. This project is a renovation of a very confined single room space of 18.00m² in an offices block built in 50’s,
Perched on the cliff edge in Plaka, the main town on the island of Milos, this old Greek stone house has been carefully restored to provide a London-based family with an authentically traditional yet practical summer retreat.
Combining lively images and sounds from the rock scene, Spirto coffee bar materializes the owners’ main concept and lifestyle in a way that invites and ignites. The geometry of the blue metal facade is matched with pink details on the door and neon signage.
The existing Tinian stone of the ground floor alternates with the fare face ochre plaster of the additions, in an attempt of getting a clear distinction between the old and the new. Therefore, this contemporary stone residence introduces a contemporary architectural vocabulary, in a harmonic mixture of the traditional and modernistic features of the Greek countryside.
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.
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.