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“Riddle House”, Glyfada, Greece

“Riddle House” located in Glyfada, Greece. This composition exemplifies contemporary architecture with its clean lines, geometric shapes, and harmonious integration with nature. The design successfully combines aesthetics and functionality, making it both an attractive and livable space.

One of the most striking features of “Riddle House” is its use of geometric structures. The building boasts a distinct geometric layout characterized by clear lines and rectangular shapes. Emphasizing both horizontal and vertical lines, the design creates a balanced yet intricate façade. This results in a sculptural appearance reminiscent of a vertical labyrinth, which offers both private and open spaces for its residents. Each floor features multiple cantilevered balconies that extend outward, adding additional space and creating a dynamic visual effect. These balconies vary in dimensions, contributing to a sense of disorder and variety in the building’s exterior.

project info

Architectural Office: 314 Architecture Studio
Location: Glyfada, Greece
Area: 840 sq.m.
Lead Architect: Pavlos Chatziangelides
Architects – Design Team: Giota, Chala, Elisavet Kiretsi, Anna Stagaki, Caterina Palantzi, Kassiani Gioti, Giannis Dimitrelis, Antonis Sarris, Alexandros Papadopoulos, , Andrianna Triantafyllopoulou, Eirini Bouliou, Timotheos Kopsidas, Sotiriou Aggelos, Harris Grivokostopoulos, Popi Papachristou, George Ouzounis, Eva Sofoulaki, Katerina Tsili, Katerina Papoutsa, , Kalypso Theodoropoulou, Marianna Doukakou
Structural Engineer: Foteini Karagianni
Type: Residential