Residence Renovation in Marousi (200 m2), Marousi, Attiki
Architectural Representation, Design, Construction, Supervision & Decoration
Between 2019 and 2020, the architectural firm Sophia Emfietzoglou Architect undertook the renovation of the upper floor (105 m2) of a 200 m2 residence located in Marousi, providing a range of essential architectural services. We conducted a thorough case study of the area and the client’s requirements, created the new architectural design, and provided construction supervision and interior design services.
Our ultimate objective was to produce a space that combined exceptional aesthetics with functionality, establishing a distinct character that transcends contemporary design and imbues it with refined, timeless elegance.
The upper floor of the residence was designed with optimal functionality in mind, featuring spacious areas that seamlessly blend together. The living room, kitchen, and integrated kitchen table were created as a unified whole, providing the user with the flexibility to choose how to utilize the space effectively.
To incorporate the client’s request of having a dining table within the kitchen area, we opted for the Miniforms Barry table, adding a generous touch of elegance and top-notch quality to the aesthetic style of the space, while its spacious surface boosts its practicality. To emphasize the table’s appeal, we transformed it into the focal point of the kitchen by incorporating the modern BROKIS SHADOWS light fixtures. These fixtures combine the beauty of hand-blown glass with a sleek contemporary design.
The residence renovation features a modern interior design that is accompanied by a color palette of warm, earthy tones and white, with furniture that aligns with the distinct identity of the new interior design philosophy. To meet the client’s preference for subdued artificial lighting in the living room, we opted for the one-of-a-kind Davide Groppi - INFINITO linear light fixture that is positioned on the ceiling and brightens the space by reflecting light off of the white surfaces.