Architectural design for an apartment in Agia Paraskevi, Attica, Greece. The living spaces on the ground floor follow the logic of the open floor plan and are shaped in such a way so as to function as an undivided and permeable space. New large openings are created to the north and south which offer a view out to the garden. The kitchen changes position and grows significantly in conjunction with the dining room, which is placed in the privileged position next to the large corner opening to the southeast. In the living room, small operations are performed on the fireplace, which is supplemented with a new special construction for the TV set, while the existing false ceiling is removed. The small wc is replaced by a larger bathroom and fitted storage space. The space between the two free-standing columns that emerge is shaped as a bookcase that visually separates the entrance from the bathroom and the staircase, forming an imaginary central corridor that connects the spaces. The entrance to the apartment is designed as an office space. On the upper floor, the bedrooms and bathroom grow in size, however the interventions are limited and the general layout of spaces is maintained.
Location: Agia Paraskevi, Attica, Greece
Architectural Design: Panagiotis Zakkas, Architect
Project Year: 2020
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