This residential project, designed by
To make it all happen, the construction crew started by removing all the existing walls to create a seamless environment. In the centre of the new layout, there’s a standout metal enclosure. This important element not only serves as a hub for the kitchen and bathrooms but also incorporates some of the original 1970s building’s structure. Everything from living and dining to sleeping and dressing revolves around this central feature.
The open plan design makes use of plenty of glazed windows on all sides, blurring the lines between inside and outside. No matter where you stand in the flat, you’ll get a 360-degree view of the city and its unique Athenian landscape.
To connect the inside and outside even more, they used the same Terrazzo flooring in both spaces, and custom architectural elements seamlessly bridge the gap. The carbon-fibre dining table inside also serves as an outdoor cooking space, perfect for barbecues. And to shield from the intense sun, a new metal canopy was added to extend the outdoor areas.
This architectural intervention by