The kitchen in a long and narrow 2-bedroom apartment in Athens was placed in the middle, directly facing the entrance and overlooking the entire apartment. It took the form of an open glass room; a glass box with plants, like a small greenhouse. The corridor connecting front and back was turned into an interior garden, with a stone-built floor, plants and generous light coming in from a large window.

studio name: Point Supreme Architects
: built
area: 77 m2
location: Athens, Greece
design team: Konstantinos Pantazis, Marianna Rentzou, Dafni Papadopoulou
photography credits: Yannis Drakoulidis
year: 2020

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All internal walls were demolished and replaced by various partitions and dividers; these create a feeling of continuity through the space and allow deep views through the whole depth of the apartment.

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At the same time, they allow the separation of the space into smaller areas when needed and add significant storage and display areas.

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Materials, color palettes and atmosphere between the different programmatic areas of the house vary greatly, adding to the otherwise small apartment an unexpected feeling of variety and richness.


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