Interior design for the offices of organization iMEdD (2019)

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Architects: Mari Goga, Elias Handelis

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Exhibition stand for the EZA brewery - HO.RE.CA 2019 (2019)

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Architects: Mari Goga, Elias Handelis

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Atalanti Brewery Offices in Athens (2017)

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The Atalanti Greek Brewery offices occupy 3 floors. The architect designed them to house the three core company departments, in a way that links them aesthetically but allows for a distinction amongst them too.

The Management and Finance teams’ floor has minimalist forms and closed off office spaces in order to guarantee for more privacy. Some of the floor’s walls and spaces feature photography from the Atalanti brewery complex and sculptural works from the Director’s own collection.

The Sales and Marketing space reflects on the dynamism and flexibility of the way it is used by the teams, with bigger open plan spaces and a central Sales Bar, which is also the whole team’s meeting and break room.

For selected spaces, such as the Reception area and the Sales Bar, the architect designed some custom made furniture with materials such as copper and iron, to reference the materials used in the factory or the beer product itself, for example the main lobby backdrop features the company’s logo made out of barley and hop film.

 

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Exhibitionstand for the EZA brewery - HO.RE.CA 2017 (2017)

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The concept for the exhibitionstand for the ΕΖΑ brewery for HO.RE.CA 2017 is based on the relation between the industrial and the natural environment of the brewery itself.

Istallation ‘drop’ refers to the logo of the company.

Designed and constructed by the architect ‘drop’ is conceived as a  transportation capsule for ist visitor to the production of beer and its history. Listening to music made for the video inside the ‘drop’ the visitor steps on a lighten floor of hop and barley. A trip through the senses.

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Hotel Villa Rossa - Parga (2014)

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Project Villa Rossa was the renovation of the old (1907) and historical Villa Rossa building to a boutique hotel as well as the connection of the building with the hotel Rosanea and the cliff surrounding it.

A new landscape plan was drawn including  the main entrance, the outdoor areas and the connection with the cliff and the sea.

The main entrance was pinpointed by planning and planting and signals were drawn,too, according to the new character of the building.

A new door-entrance on the back facade of Villa Rossa joined the two building functionally giving a second way for Rosanea to reach the sea.

The new reception of the whole was placed in the ground-floor of Villa Rossa designed as a museum as well as small gallery-giftshop for visitors of Parga acheter du viagra en france.

The first floor of the building was transformed to a luxury hotel with precision of detail on furniture and lighting.

On the whole the goal was to pinpoint all interesting architectural elements of the historical building. Reclaimed material was treated carefully for new narration in space.

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Renovation of a house in N. Voutzas (2013)

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The project was a renovation of a part of a house in N. Voutzas. The idea was to transform two closed rooms, an ordinary kitchen and a laundry, into a big space and combine it with the sitting room.
Tearing down some of the walls was necessary for this reason as well as for the improvement of the natural lighting generic cialis pills online.
The materials used are the existing marble of Penteli mountain, metal, wood for the furniture as well as concrete for kitchen and floors. Stucco veneziano has been used for specific walls.

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Architectural proposal for a brewery in Atalanti (2014)

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The architectural proposal aims to convert the brewery and its surrounding area to a modern visitor attraction. Visitors will have the opportunity to get closer to the making of the beer as well as to take part in events and exhibitions .

A tour in the form of the movement of water (which is the main ingredient in beer) is proposed for that reason.

It starts on the highest point of the place, where water comes from, and ends to the main entrance of the factory.

At first the tour goes through nature, high existing trees as well as a botanical garden with plants beer is made of. Meeting the body of the brewery, at a point with significant difference in height, it becomes an overhead line. Visitors are guided without interefering with the everyday function of the brewery.

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Renovation of two bedrooms (2012)

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This small-scale renovation involves two bedrooms as well as their common-use bathroom on the upper floor of a two storey family house in an eastern suburb of Athens.
The two adjoining bedrooms, each a mirror image of the other in plan, belong to the 11 and 14 year old sisters.
The design of the new layout tackles the main problem of privacy which stems from the fact that the bedrooms share an open plan mezzanine level making the upstairs area feel completely un-private. By building a wall along the symmetry axis of the rooms, the mezzanine levels now become spacious sleeping areas freeing up a lot of space underneath for studying and relaxing. Each of the new staircases was designed as a multifunctional piece of furniture comprising shelving for the first few steps, desktop surface, and a ladder to the mezzanine. These constructions as well as the sleeping decks were made from light colored plywood to give a unifying feeling to the new additions. The staircases stand out against the colored background walls lit discreetly by LEDs from underneath the railing.
The bathroom was given a homogenous finish of light grey concrete and a piece of storage furniture was designed featuring a symmetrical shape of veneer on the front.

 

 

 

Renovation of an apartment in Pagrati (2011)

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This project was a complete renovation of an 80sqm apartment as well as its adjoining one of 50sqm. These two apartments belonged to a single owner who required space to practice his opera singing as well as a comfortable setting to entertain his guests for the brief periods that he returns to Athens between performing dates abroad.
It was immediately apparent that keeping some of the most charming architectural features of the original 1950ʼs architecture of the apartments was the way to plan the renovation.
In order to provide generous and brighter spaces for dining and relaxing some of the old partition walls were torn down but not made to disappear entirely. Instead I decided to keep and highlight their footprints on the old wooden floor as if they were inscriptions or marks of past narratives.
Other features such as folding and sliding doors were given new life as cabinets, bookcase stands or clothes hangers. All these created a long and sinuous construction that demarcated the threshold between the two apartments featuring book and record collections. This provided a discreet passage from the common to the private realm that changed opacity depending on how it was used.
A new kitchen was also designed that afforded ample daylight to the adjoining master bathroom through a new glass block extension that brought the two into dialogue

 

 

 

 

 

House in Corinth, Greece (2016)

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This house is a summer residence for a young couple who required a spacious and uncluttered setting. It is located on a steep hillside by the main road of a small village overlooking olive groves and vineyards.
I opted to separate the indoor spaces into three main volumes in order to lessen the overall visual impact of the house and give a clear indication of its inner structure. This strategy allows for all spaces to have varied openings and it also creates free-flowing circulation which brings the outdoor terraces and the indoor spaces into dialogue.
All volumes are at different levels which correspond to the natural slope of the terrain giving the house a strong footing in the landscape but also creating intricate spatial conditions on the inside.
Materiality is limited to concrete, wood and metal while the outer surfaces are rendered with a thick coat of beige plaster (similar to clay) which gives the house a strong yet playful quality especially when perceived against the background of trees, ground and passing clouds.

 

landscape architect: Eva Papadimitriou

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Residential building in Melissia (2009)

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The plot, in which the building is situated, is located in a mostly residential area.
The form and the orientation of the plot and the existing wall of the neighboring block to the west determined the decision to place the new building in contact with the existing one placing its stairwell between them.
The owner wanted to create apartments of different sizes. This determined the architectural decision.
The basic rectangular volume is shaped according to the movement of the sun (east-west).
The most of the exterior spaces are placed in the south to enhance the interaction with the sun.
A concrete wall covers the private spaces of the first and second floor and at the same time defines the veranda of the apartment of the third floor.
Panels of the same material protect the balconies of the north side.
Metal is used in different ways; for protection as the pergola in the veranda of the third floor or for blinds on the edges of some balconies.

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Renovation of an apartment in Halandri (2009)

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This project was a complete renovation of a ground floor apartment in order to turn it into a working and residential space.
After tearing down some of the walls of the house an open plan and a closed space was created to house both uses.
The opening of the front façade was necessary for the improvement of the natural lighting and the one of the sitting area to the exterior space.
The green area shapes the boundaries of the space and  increases privacy.
The materials in use are metal, wood for the furniture and the floors of the private area as well as concrete for the floors of the open space.

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House in Penteli (2007)

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The residence is placed in the center of a narrow, open throughout plot with inclining ground.
It consists of two plain geometric volumes, the one at a floor higher than the other. The lowest is defined by a concrete wall in gamma (Γ) shape.
The entrance is placed on the intermediate level, that contains the areas intended for family life and open to the balcony, a space protected from the strong wind of the site.
From this level one can go down the stairs to find the bedrooms or go up to the office on the loft.
The materials are concrete, metal and wood.

photos: Nikos Alexopoulos

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Architectural competition for Kilkis (2007)

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The architectural competition refers to the remaking of the big square of the city of Kilkis.
The solution is combining all the fragments of the space into a whole developing a flow of movement in the open space which is emphasized by the one of the water running through.
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Renovation and joining of two floors of an apartment in Marousi (2007)

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The project was the renovation and joining of two stucked flats. The upperone contains the areas intended for family life and the lower one the ones with a more social character.
To emphasize the contrast, the family floor is painted in calm colours and the social one in more tense ones.
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A round, iron staircase is designed as a strong feature in the space connecting the two functions.

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House with guesthouse on the island of Andros (2003)

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The residence stands on a plot with a gentle slope.
The main house consists of two volumes. The horizontal one contains the social areas while the vertical one houses the private ones. The two sections are made of different materials.
The guesthouse is located independently in some distance from the main synthesis.
In the northern part of the whole a big yard is protected from the northern wind and the sun by a high wall made of stone.
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House on the island of Andros (2003)

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The residence is designed mainly in one level.
The composition is determined by the orientation and the view over the sea.
It consists of three volumes in gamma shape.
Each one of them refers to a different unit, the living, the dining and the sleeping area. Every volume differs from the other by the materials used and the level difference.
In the center of the whole is an exterior, protected space designed in different levels, everyone related to a different volume.
The material are concrete, stone, wood and cement.

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Two residences on the island of Andros (2002)

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The residences stand on the plot taking into account the natural slope.
Each one consists of two main volumes that differ in level and are made from different materials.
The living rooms of the ground floor open to spacious external areas that enjoy the exceptional view over the sea.
The materials are natural and artificial stone (concrete), wood and concrete for the floors.

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Complex of residences on the island of Andros (2002)

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Four basic volumes house eight residences, attached to a constructed stone wall, which following the slope hillside is the backbone of the complex.
This element defines the outdoor spaces and shapes the facades of the houses.
The materials are natural and artificial stone (concrete) and wood or concrete for the floors.

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Reconstruction and extension of a small house on the island of Andros (2002)

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In this project the aim was to use the existing housing and combine it with a new volume so as to design a house for a family of four.
The existing  irregularly shaped, stone volume is combined with a new, two storey, geometric one. The stone wall that surrounds it gives it its shape.
The materials are natural stone, wood and concrete for the floors.

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House with studio on the island of Andros (2001)

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The factors that influenced the project’s design were the inclining ground, the exceptional view over the Aegean Sea as well as the strong northeastern winds of the region.
The access to the plot is on the upper part. Therefore the first facade of the house is the one of the lofts being attached to the landscape.
The first step was the separation of the studio from the main residence.
The two main volumes are combined through a protected yard, a space through which one enters the inner spaces.
The materials are natural and artificial stone (concrete), wood and concrete for the floors.

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