Our design studio takes on complete architectural studies, not only for residential projects, but also for commercial and office space use. We also have substantial experience in projects concerning rehabilitation of preserved and historical buildings, according to state procedure. Whether working on an upcoming residential project or a building’s renovation, we always look forward to initiating fresh ideas and experimenting with new aesthetic forms. As we hold dear the notion of functionalism, the architectural proposals carried out by our team always aspire to reflect both a considered architecture and a user-friendly space design. While a thorough exterior and interior layout study complete with material options is delivered, our principle to pay importance to detail and its valuable aesthetic result distinguishes our work.
The project consisted of a total renovation of a 380m2 2-storey building from the 50s, along with a 2nd floor extension. New layout plans were proposed for each level, in order to correspond to the client’s new needs and demands, while the office spaces on the façade maintained their use.
Having in mind the building’s location in the city center, we aimed to create a luminous effect on the whole building, using the reflection and diffusion of sunlight. Thus, white paint was applied on all the exterior walls and the exposed steel beams.
The project consisted of the total rehabilitation for residential use of a preserved house in the heart of a traditional Cypriot village. Dated back in the 19th century, the house served as the main residence of the owners before it was abandoned.
The house consists of two floors of a total area of 140m2, with a yard. Following the Cypriot tradition, the ground floor was used as a storage space and the first floor as the residence of the family.
Located in Limassol center, this corner building was abandoned and semi destroyed until recently. Influenced by the local urban architectural style of the time, it comprises a ground level floor for commercial use and an upper level floor apartment, with its main entrance on the side road. Its distinctive “ship-like” shape is due, in good part, to the special urban planning of the specific area.