Located in Athens, this narrow two-bedroom
Upon entering the threshold you are immediately met with Point Supreme’s passion for
The interior is articulated around arguably the most important room in the house – the kitchen. Directly facing the entrance it’s placed in the middle of the area overlooking the entire apartment. Like a small greenhouse, it takes the form of a glass box with a deep burgundy frame. Teal and turquoise grace the cupboards and tiles with a quintessentially Greek green marble counter to match.
Neighbouring the kitchen, a small nook settee sits. Painted in a libidinal red with coordinating walls, tiles and a striking renaissance painting to boot this charged corner leads into the bathroom. The blood-red walls and shimmering mosaic tiles follow through into the bathroom, bright and open with a large side window the designers paired fluted glass with cubic fixtures.
The use of various partitions and dividers, although unique to each room, create a feeling of continuity throughout the space while allowing for deep views through the whole depth of the apartment. At the same time, they allow the separation of the interior into smaller areas when needed and add significant storage and display areas.
Materials, colour palettes and atmosphere between the different programmatic areas of the house vary greatly, adding to the otherwise