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Agiou Ioannou 18, Voula, Greece

Situated in Voula, Greece, on a 746.50 square meter plot, this building is conceived with a central design theme rooted in natural geometric forms, translated into petal-like extensions on each floor. These elements lend the structure an organic aesthetic while providing functional solar protection for occupants without compromising visual connectivity to the surroundings.

Organic architecture, as reflected in this design, seeks to foster a harmonious relationship between humans and nature, both in form and function. By integrating design techniques that align with the site’s characteristics, the building’s volumes, furnishings, and ambiance coalesce into a unified composition.

A metal enclosure featuring perforated sections envelops the perimeter, safeguarding the building’s interior while inviting visitors through recessed entry points. The majority of finishes boast a glossy white coating, seamlessly blending with the aesthetic of the white panels to imbue both the facades and interior spaces with elegance.

project info

Architectural Office: 314 Architecture Studio
Location: Voula, Greece
Area: 746.50 sq.m.
Lead Architect: Pavlos Chatziangelides
Design team: Giota, Chala, Alexandros Papadopoulos, Katerina Palantzi, Antonis Sarris, Dimitris Panagiotou, Andrianna Triantafyllopoulou, Eirini Bouliou, Eleni Zygogianni, Anna Stagaki, Dimitra Stergiou
Structural Engineer: Foteini Karagianni
Mechanical Engineer: Stefanos Karagiannis -SKV Consulting
Construction: Makariades Construction IKE
Year of completion: 2022
Type: Residential