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7 Mar 2017
Grecotel Eva Palace 5 star Luxury Hotel In Corfu Island, Ionian Sea
Design: Studio Liakos and Associates Architects
Grecotel Eva Palace Luxury Hotel In Corfu Island
image from lighting designers

Grecotel Eva Palace Luxury Hotel In Corfu Island
The challenge of this project was to create a resort combining the local construction detailing and style with the requirements of a modern building, while taking into consideration its gorgeous natural setting. With this in mind, great care was taken in locating its entrance, its roads and its buildings so that this first class resort could offer its customers amazing views of the peninsula.

24 Nov 2016
White Boxes Resort
Architects: Potiropoulos+Partners
White Boxes Resort
3D Visualization: Batis 3D Design Studio

White Boxes Resort on Mykonos Island
The suggested design constitutes a spatial narrative of the attributes of this particular place. The dialogue between the proposal and the natural landscape of the area, as well as with the living memory of the tradition, outline the main design principles.

30 Oct 2016
Hotel Relux on Ios Island, Cyclades, Aegean Sea
Design: A31 Architecture
Hotel Relux on Ios Island
image from architect

Hotel Relux on Ios Island, Greece
Sometime during the mid 1980s, Blue Bay Hotel Ios** was built in a 3900sqm plot at the Port of Ios island -overlooking Sikinos – without being renovated or reconstructed for more than two decades.

12 Jul 2016
Myconian Ambassador Resort, Mykonos, Cyclades, Aegean Sea
Design: GM Architects
Myconian Ambassador Resort
image courtesy of architects

Myconian Ambassador Resort by GM Architects
This luxury hotel is one of a number of such top-end establishments in the Cyclades group of Greek islands. Its construction in 1979 was overseen by George Daktylides, and was the first hotel in the Myconian hotel collection.

13 Feb 2013
Barbouni Beach Restaurant, Navarino Dunes Hotel, Costa Navarino, Messinia
Design: K-STUDIO
Barbouni Beach Restaurant
photograph © Yiorgos Kordakis

Barbouni Beach Restaurant
Barbouni is a beach restaurant of approximately 300sqm area. The architects were asked to create a contemporary refuge from the strong sun and wind, protected from the winter waves. The structure needed to be in harmony with the sea-front location and make the most of the views of the horizon and sunset.

1 Sep 2011
Cocoon Costa Navarino, Messinia, southwest Peloponnese
Design: polyanna paraskeva & associates
Costa Navarino building
image Courtesy architecture office

Cocoon Building, Costa Navarino
The Cocoon is inspired by the memory of the cocoon, as the space that carries life, with soft shapes that surround, contain and protect life. Fluid forms and carved underground spaces with green roofs surround a basin, from which organic forms emerge.

27 Nov 2009
Cartel Club Restauraunt, Larissa, Thessaly region, central-north Greece
Architect : Christina Zerva
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photograph : Mihajlo Savic

Cartel Club Restaurant
The designer created a space with colours where originally there is no colour, where movement comes out of stillness, feelings from silence and transparency.

Grace Santorini Hotel
Design: Divercity & Mplusm
Grace Santorini Hotel
photo : Erieta Attali

Grace Santorini Hotel in Greece

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