Whether interior design is taken on as an independent project or as part of an architectural proposal, we always seek to create a comprehensive and functional interior space. Specifically, we assume the interior design of residences, commercial buildings and office spaces. Our deep understanding of materials, color qualities and the significance of certain special constructions is paramount, while we also take into consideration the user’s personality and style. Furthermore, elements that complement the aesthetic result, such as decorative compositions and interior lighting, are integrated into the study in order to provide a richer interior space experience.
THE GREEN MELTING POT
A renovation project of a 45m2 building from the 1950s with an interior yard. Its structure is made of concrete and adobe, which were widely used at the time. The building was originally used as a secondary residence while in the last decade it mainly served as a storage room. Its condition was extremely bad, both externally and internally, due to its age and the complete lack of maintenance and improvement measures through the years. The aim was to transform it into a modern residential loft that could also host artists during their residency in Cyprus.
The project involved a renovation of a 130m2 apartment from the 50s and its conversion to a contemporary residential flat. It had been used as an office space and later was abandoned for several years. Due to the lack of maintenance, the interior was in a very bad condition.
Upon commencing our design study, it was essential to transform the interior layout in a way that it would be more functional and cozy, and in accordance with its new usage.
The project consisted of the renovation and new interior design for a seaside hotel at Kissonerga village in Paphos. It was built in the 1980s and attracts tourists from various countries, especially during the summer season. As the main objective was to provide a refreshed accommodation experience while maintaining full guest capacity, we proposed aesthetically elevated interior spaces that would improve the overall atmosphere of the hotel.
The project consisted of a complete renovation of a 90m2 apartment built in the 1990s. Located in Limassol’s city center, it was originally designed as a three-bedroom apartment with an open-air kitchen and living areas. As the current resident needed fewer and more spacious rooms, a redesign of the interior space architecture was undertaken and a new arrangement of the living areas was proposed.