Study: 2016
Construction: 2016
Store area: 134.00 s.q.m


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Architects: Nikos Lykoudis, Ismene
Papaspiliopoulou, Eleftheria Chatzi,
Platyrrachos Konstantinos, Sofia Perpinia
Photos: Panagiotis Voumvakis



The most central store of the chain was chosen for the creation of a new image and the implementation of new functional elements. New posts were added, selling pizza and bread.

The objective was the use and combination of materials friendly to the customer but also the creation of a different space that would give a sense of freshness and pleasant stay for customers.

Materials such as mosaic floors, the green wall in the outdoor gallery, the naturally rusted metal in absorbers and lights, the untreated wood, the print type tiles on walls, and polished cement in different shades of gray in a two-story wall, were used to achieve the goal.

A white metal divider with plants in the loft’s limit and at full height, draws attention to the living room. On the wall above the coffee counter, a map of Athens was created, with basic archaeological sites and interesting visiting places especially for tourists.

The seating area is dominated by the large “green table” on the outside, and the large wooden counters on the loft.