The Ipsilantou street apartments combine elegance, simplicity and distinct architectural style. While the white color dominates, a harmonic composition of unique materials and architectural elements is chosen for the purpose of a highly aesthetic and interesting morphology that goes beyond that of a typical Athenian apartment building.
The building is designed in order to be inhabited by a variety of different users, mainly tenants who want to combine the tranquillity of the neighbourhood with the proximity to the sea and the other benefits offered by the area.
The building includes 6 apartments, large enough to meet the needs of an average family. Specifically, 3 maisonettes and 3 apartments were designed.
The ground floor maisonettes include private gardens with a swimming pool, open-air seating area and a barbeque area.
The half-dwelling areas of the apartment building are oriented in such a way as to achieve as many openings as possible for the best view towards the sea or the open green space at the back part of the site.