The project included a new layout, interior design, landscaping, project management and construction.
It concerned a three-storey house with a mezzanine built in 1977. This was the family house of the owner, constructed by the owner’s father, and so had great sentimental value.
The concept was to update the layout according to the owner’s needs and remodel both the façades and the surrounding area while maintaining the existing aesthetics. This was also the project’s challenge as the building had to be transformed into a modern home with a completely new layout while keeping some of the materials previously used such as the high quality Dionyssos marble and the oak floors.
The house spread over three levels. A small independent apartment was developed in the basement where one can also find the auxiliary spaces of the main house. On the ground floor, there are the lounge and kitchen areas and the first floor now hosts three en-suite bedrooms.
The house’s surrounding area was also respected yet revamped. The existing trees were preserved and the level adjacent to the building was widened with the addition of Pelion stone tiles to the already existing ones. Wooden railings and built-in planters were placed all around the fencing to conceal in an aesthetically pleasing manner the large wall which appeared due to the ground’s slight slope.