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Sparch Sakellaridou + Papanikolaou : Architects
Contemporary Architectural Practice in Greece, southeast Europe: Athens Design Studio
Sakellaridou + Papanikolaou – Key Projects
Featured Buildings by R.Sakellaridou + M.Papanikolaou, alphabetical:
Museum for Underwater Antiquities in Piraeus, Athens, Greece
Date built: 2013
Design: sparch SAKELLARIDOU / PAPANIKOLAOU ARCHITECTS
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Museum for Underwater Antiquities in Athens – 12 Mar 2013
DIVING (to the bottom of the sea) _ EMERGING (to knowledge)
Sparch Sakellaridou + Papanikolaou: Winner of the 4th Prize on the Architectural Competition “Redesign of the existing cereals’ stock house building facilities (SILO) and its surrounding open space into a Museum for Underwater Antiquities and Regeneration of part of the Piraeus Port Authority (OLP) Coastal Zone – transformation into an open public space for outdoor activities”. Τhe Museum becomes a spatial narrative based on experience; it awakens mind and fantasy, it brings fragments from the depths to the surface and transforms them to knowledge.
Astir Palace : a Gate and a Canopy, nr Athens, Greece
Date built: 2008
photograph : Erieta Attali
Astir Palace is a luxury resort 25kms away from the centre of Athens. Placed on a magnificent peninsula, the 50’s complex of three hotels was featured in countless movies and considered to be the epitome of luxury and chic for the last fifty years in Greece.
During its recent phase of renovation, Sakellaridou + Papanikolaou were asked to design an entrance Gate to replace the old one, and to upgrade the entrance of the Nafsika Hotel (the Canopy).
World Architecture Festival Awards 2008 – Holiday Category Finalist
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Sparch Sakellaridou + Papanikolaou Greece – Practice Information
R.Sakellaridou + M.Papanikolaou Architects studio based in Athens and Thessaloniki, Greece
Studio retitled Sparch – Rena Sakellaridou | Morpho Papanikolaou – formerly known as R.Sakellaridou + M.Papanikolaou and Associate.
Sparch Sakellaridou + Papanikolaou : Greek Architects
Design Practice led by Architects Rena Sakellaridou, Morfo Papanikolaou.
Athens Stadium architect : Santiago Calatrava
photo : Christian Richters
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