Projects

Something old, something new
Something old, something new

Refurbishment in Kipseli.


Pulm
Pulm

Architectural design for Pulmonologist's office


Hair salon
Hair salon

Proposal for the renovation of a hair salon


Handmade with love
Handmade with love

Architectural design for small shop in Chios


Medical Office in Chios
Medical Office in Chios

Interior design for a medical office in Chios


Shoe shop remodeling
Shoe shop remodeling

Design for contest for remodeling of shoe showroom.


Something old, something new
Refurbishment in Kipseli.

Refurbishment proposal for apartment in Kipseli, Athens. The owners wanted to keep the 1970s aesthetics, by keeping many originals parts of the apartment. 


Pulm
Architectural design for Pulmonologist's office

Candy Green

χρώμα, πράσινο, μπλε, ροζ, λευκό, γυαλί

Hair salon
Proposal for the renovation of a hair salon

The design concept for this hair salon is based on reforming it as a meeting place for the clients, where they can gather and talk, like they would do around a table. This creates the experience of a small "cafe", where friends can gather while having their hair done.


Handmade with love
Architectural design for small shop in Chios

Handy Magenta

Architectural design for small shop in Chios

Handy Magenta

pink, magenta, fuschia, osb, wood, grey, candy

Medical Office in Chios
Interior design for a medical office in Chios

Design Team

Stylianos Axiotakis | Architectural Design
Dimitris Gentsidis | Construction
Giorgos Kakitsis | Photography


Shoe shop remodeling
Design for contest for remodeling of shoe showroom.

Neutral Pulse

CONCEPT

The main objective of the design is to incorporate the characteristics and the values of the DIS brand and to express them through a strong concept. Everything about the design of the new showroom is about making the customers live a UNIQUE EXPERIENCE. A catwalk of shoes that ascend into an “exclusive world of higher values and freedom" invites the customers to join this refined experience. Everybody can be a CREATOR, everybody can be DIVINE.

 

CATWALK TO FREEDOM

The catwalk comprises of a red carpet and 2 sets of ascending steps, each consisting of 8 pairs of steps. The catwalk divides the showroom in different spaces:

(A) a viewing and choosing area, where the customers can choose the model, materials or colours of their shoes from samples on the first set of steps,

(B) a fitting and measuring area, where the customers can see the production process on the second set of steps, make measurements and try out shoe samples and finally

(C) the counter area, where the customers can see their order on the 3D configurator, finalize their order and make their payment.

The two sets of steps are made of shoe-lasts hanging firmly on steels rods. The lasts can be old wooden lasts/ plastic or cast (plaster). In the FUTURE, when the women’s collection comes out, the two sets of steps can be used to display men’s and women’s shoes accordingly.

 

MATERIALS

The bottom of the surrounding long walls and the bottom of the counter are covered with mirrors (to a height of 60cm), so that the customers can see how shoes fit them.

The walls are covered with custom wallpaper with a repeating “DIS” logo or they are just painted black as a cheaper choice. A big “DIS” logo is placed on one side and a big “design-italian-shoes” is placed on the other. The ceiling is painted black. Two lighting tracks with spotlights run along the two long walls (all fittings are black). The only piece of furniture is the iconic Kartell Louis Ghost chair (original or replica depending on short budget).

 

A NEW WAY

In total, the design offers a new way of displaying shoes (without the need of typical displays) keeping budget to a minimum (as there are no new constructions or expensive materials used), while at the same time telling a story, making the customers feel they are unique, and offering a strong concept for the brand’s future stores. 

Neutral Pulse

gray, black, red, diagonal, slit, white, levels,

Banco Cocktail Club, 2013
Banco Cocktail Club, 2013

Architectural lighting and interior identity, 2013.


Jim Smokehouse
Jim Smokehouse

Concept restaurant


Museum of Arts of Metals
Museum of Arts of Metals

Centre of Traditional Arts of Metal in Stemnitsa (Proposal)


L'Ambasciata restaurant
L'Ambasciata restaurant

Interior design concept for restaurant


Eptapirgion
Eptapirgion

3rd Prize / Landscaping proposal for the Monumental Ensemble of Eptapirgio in Thessaloniki


House in Chios
House in Chios

Preliminary study for a site located in Varvassi Chios


Banco Cocktail Club, 2013
Architectural lighting and interior identity, 2013.

Light Legacy

An old bank becomes the first Cocktail Club in Chios. The design takes advantage of the two linear axes of the interior that intersect diagonally. The need to differentiate from the ordinary automation lighting and club robotics, leads to the exclusive use of LED lighting using DMX. The lighting is designed in two distinct layers, separated by a system of louvers spanning from the roof and to the bar. The first layer consists of linear cold downward lighting. The second layer is an upward lighting system with coloured lighting. These two layers can be used in various scenarios, giving different combinations.
Some elements of the past of the building are subtly retained, such as a fresco of the painter Mytaras and the marble decorations of the columns. White and black dominate, enhancing the light contrasts, while transparent stools reflect the coloured light. The mechanical facilities, visible through the perforated  suspended roof, create another playful effect.
The old vault in the basement promises an exclusive space, using mirrors to create an infinite matrix.

 

Design Team

Stylianos Axiotakis | Architectural Lighting & Architectural Identity
Dimitris Georgoulis | Supervision & Construction
Dimitris Koubias | DMX Programming

Light Legacy

Light Legacy is a palette inspired by the movie Tron Legacy. Deep contrasts of black and white, light and dark, blue LED lighting and cold white. Glossy marble, white surfaces, transparent furniture, glass spaces and vivid linear lighting.

Ref: 00114016

Jim Smokehouse
Concept restaurant

Metal Medley

CONCEPT

Like the procedure of smoking meats, the design embraces the values of primitivism, simplicity and elegance and it is based on the primal experience of cooking and the way it involves all our senses. Thus, the design concept evolves around the KITCHEN its-self, which becomes the main point of interest. The restaurant can host up to 80 people inside and 40 people outside. The interior space is divided in two distinct parts: (A) a big open-plan kitchen with bar, with the cooking process in plain view, where customers can see “the smoke, the fire and the meat”, (B) a big dining area designed so that the people can unite under the common experience of eating and becoming one company.

KITCHEN-BAR

At the kitchen-bar, clients can order food from the menu or from the hanging smoked meats, see the meat being cut, weighted and cooked, order from the selection of beers and sit at the bar for dining. Emphasis is given at the design of a well-equipped and functional kitchen. The special menu (smoked  meats and beers) and the ordering and cooking procedures, require ample space for the main kitchen as well as for auxiliary spaces and storage. 

KEG-ROOM

The 20-beers bar requires a big amount of space for the beers to be stored and cooled. Therefore a separate room is designed as a beer-keg cooler room. The keg cooler room can host up to 22 beer-kegs in use and has ample space to store and cool extra kegs. The dispensing trunkline is glycol-cooled.

AUXILIARY SPACES

Other auxiliary spaces include a walk-in refrigerator and freezer, a dry-food store, dish-washing space, a changing-room for the staff and toilets for the public.

DINING AREA (IN-OUT)

The furnishing of the restaurant can be bought from the companies described or it can be produced locally using the same materials (wood and steel). The steel tables can be joined together to form a very large table or can be separated. The smaller wooden tables can host 4 persons each. At the end of the corridor of the dining space, a big mirror reflects the whole interior, making it appear larger. Outside, big movable planters with trees are placed to turn the alley into a friendly place and to provide shading.

MATERIALS

The design utilizes oak wood and many different metals, such as corten steel (rusted), stainless steel, aluminium, phosphatized steel) in order to form an up-to-date artisanal look. This way, the interior has a rustic feel without being outdated. No changes are made to the exterior of the building.

Metal Medley

Museum of Arts of Metals
Centre of Traditional Arts of Metal in Stemnitsa (Proposal)

Metal Collage

The new center will be housed in an existing traditional building. Based on the methods and tools of modern museology, a holistic and humanistic approach is proposed, through the presentation and promotion the people and their daily practices in conjunction with the arts and the world of metal. The topics suggested by the museological study are: (1) traditional arts and artisans of metal, (2) techniques and tools, (3) the School of Gold and Silversmith and (4) creations of the past and present.

The new identity of the space is based on the aesthetics of metal. Thus, a new metal structure is proposed, that dominates the floor and shapes movement is space, as well as the sections of the exhibition. The transition from one section to another is accomplished through the lighting. The concept of fire is the connecting element between the two "worlds" and red light is used to denote this transition. Another tool for the exhibition design are the characteristic gas tubes that are used in the laboratories of silversmiths. Each tube is used as a spotlight and it is combined with a cabinet. Each set shows a processing technique of metal.

Design Team

Valia Gialia | Team Leader, Architecture, Museological Study
Stylianos Axiotakis | Architecture - Lighting Design
Christos Karagiannidis | Museological - Anthropological Study

Metal Collage

L'Ambasciata restaurant
Interior design concept for restaurant

Salmon Lux

The design aims to recreate the feeling of a real embassy through a contemporary approach with touches of Art Nouveau.

Salmon Lux

Eptapirgion
3rd Prize / Landscaping proposal for the Monumental Ensemble of Eptapirgio in Thessaloniki

Medieval Fort

The purpose of this study is to present the outline for the landscaping of the monumental ensemble of Eptapirgio, in Thessaloniki. The project aims to treat the monumental site under the conditions of new museology, ie interpreting the site and re-presenting it. The emergence of the archaeological site is suggested in a way that serves both the transmission of the historical information and the daily needs of a modern city. The historical monument is interpreted by means of an experiential approach of space through architecture, as well as through point installations (visual projections, soundscapes, texts signs etc.). 
The design concept is based on the dual function of the historical monumental ensemble, as a fortress and prison later, incorporating all parts of the study. As a result we propose two architectural promenades, one inside the monument and one around it, which organize the space in two distinct sections and serve at the same time the conceptual, architectural, lighting and landscaping design- through a holistic approach.

 

Design Team

Stylianos Axiotakis | Architectural Design
Valia Gialia | Architectural Design
Vasilis Lykoskoufis | E/M Study
Elena Veneti | Vegetation Study
Christos Karagiannidis | Museology Consultant
Antigone Koliou | Museology Consultant
Christina Ploutoglou | Museology Consultant
Nikos Rossis | Civil Engineer Consultant

Medieval Fort

 corten, red, kourasani, stone, wood, brown, rope, knitting, connection, time, contemplation, stroll, levels

House in Chios
Preliminary study for a site located in Varvassi Chios

Cerulean Sky

The project is a preliminary study for a site located in Varvassi Chios. The house develops in four levels . The main spaces are connected to the living room through visual contact, assisted by a vertical slit in the entrance area. The living room is located on the elevated ground floor, along with the dining room, the kitchen, a WC, an utility room and a large terrace. On the first floor, the bedroom - office achieves visual connection to the living room through a large opening. On the second floor, the master-bedroom enjoys a large outdoor area. In the basement there is a guesthouse, a playroom/ daily room, and a large storage space. Each bedroom has its own dressing-room and a large en-suite bathroom. The three upper levels occupy 120m2 and the basement occupies 73m2.
The great heights, the generous openings , the visual flows, the strong presence of simple materials and the distinct separation of functions into levels,  are the main features of the project. The house is available for construction.

Design Team

Stylianos Axiotakis | Architectural Design
Epitropou Ismini, Stylianos Axiotakis | Renders

Cerulean Sky

The soothing blue sky inspires combinations of simplicity. Wood, concrete and white color are composing the surfaces while the equipment consists of cerulean and white. The relaxing effect of blue colour create tranquility and relaxation.

Ref: 00114019

Something old, something new
Something old, something new

Refurbishment in Kipseli.


Pulm
Pulm

Architectural design for Pulmonologist's office


Hair salon
Hair salon

Proposal for the renovation of a hair salon


Something old, something new
Refurbishment in Kipseli.

Refurbishment proposal for apartment in Kipseli, Athens. The owners wanted to keep the 1970s aesthetics, by keeping many originals parts of the apartment. 


Pulm
Architectural design for Pulmonologist's office

Candy Green

χρώμα, πράσινο, μπλε, ροζ, λευκό, γυαλί

Hair salon
Proposal for the renovation of a hair salon

The design concept for this hair salon is based on reforming it as a meeting place for the clients, where they can gather and talk, like they would do around a table. This creates the experience of a small "cafe", where friends can gather while having their hair done.


Handmade with love
Handmade with love

Architectural design for small shop in Chios


Medical Office in Chios
Medical Office in Chios

Interior design for a medical office in Chios


Shoe shop remodeling
Shoe shop remodeling

Design for contest for remodeling of shoe showroom.


Handmade with love
Architectural design for small shop in Chios

Handy Magenta

Architectural design for small shop in Chios

Handy Magenta

pink, magenta, fuschia, osb, wood, grey, candy

Medical Office in Chios
Interior design for a medical office in Chios

Design Team

Stylianos Axiotakis | Architectural Design
Dimitris Gentsidis | Construction
Giorgos Kakitsis | Photography


Shoe shop remodeling
Design for contest for remodeling of shoe showroom.

Neutral Pulse

CONCEPT

The main objective of the design is to incorporate the characteristics and the values of the DIS brand and to express them through a strong concept. Everything about the design of the new showroom is about making the customers live a UNIQUE EXPERIENCE. A catwalk of shoes that ascend into an “exclusive world of higher values and freedom" invites the customers to join this refined experience. Everybody can be a CREATOR, everybody can be DIVINE.

 

CATWALK TO FREEDOM

The catwalk comprises of a red carpet and 2 sets of ascending steps, each consisting of 8 pairs of steps. The catwalk divides the showroom in different spaces:

(A) a viewing and choosing area, where the customers can choose the model, materials or colours of their shoes from samples on the first set of steps,

(B) a fitting and measuring area, where the customers can see the production process on the second set of steps, make measurements and try out shoe samples and finally

(C) the counter area, where the customers can see their order on the 3D configurator, finalize their order and make their payment.

The two sets of steps are made of shoe-lasts hanging firmly on steels rods. The lasts can be old wooden lasts/ plastic or cast (plaster). In the FUTURE, when the women’s collection comes out, the two sets of steps can be used to display men’s and women’s shoes accordingly.

 

MATERIALS

The bottom of the surrounding long walls and the bottom of the counter are covered with mirrors (to a height of 60cm), so that the customers can see how shoes fit them.

The walls are covered with custom wallpaper with a repeating “DIS” logo or they are just painted black as a cheaper choice. A big “DIS” logo is placed on one side and a big “design-italian-shoes” is placed on the other. The ceiling is painted black. Two lighting tracks with spotlights run along the two long walls (all fittings are black). The only piece of furniture is the iconic Kartell Louis Ghost chair (original or replica depending on short budget).

 

A NEW WAY

In total, the design offers a new way of displaying shoes (without the need of typical displays) keeping budget to a minimum (as there are no new constructions or expensive materials used), while at the same time telling a story, making the customers feel they are unique, and offering a strong concept for the brand’s future stores. 

Neutral Pulse

gray, black, red, diagonal, slit, white, levels,

Banco Cocktail Club, 2013
Banco Cocktail Club, 2013

Architectural lighting and interior identity, 2013.


Jim Smokehouse
Jim Smokehouse

Concept restaurant


Museum of Arts of Metals
Museum of Arts of Metals

Centre of Traditional Arts of Metal in Stemnitsa (Proposal)


Banco Cocktail Club, 2013
Architectural lighting and interior identity, 2013.

Light Legacy

An old bank becomes the first Cocktail Club in Chios. The design takes advantage of the two linear axes of the interior that intersect diagonally. The need to differentiate from the ordinary automation lighting and club robotics, leads to the exclusive use of LED lighting using DMX. The lighting is designed in two distinct layers, separated by a system of louvers spanning from the roof and to the bar. The first layer consists of linear cold downward lighting. The second layer is an upward lighting system with coloured lighting. These two layers can be used in various scenarios, giving different combinations.
Some elements of the past of the building are subtly retained, such as a fresco of the painter Mytaras and the marble decorations of the columns. White and black dominate, enhancing the light contrasts, while transparent stools reflect the coloured light. The mechanical facilities, visible through the perforated  suspended roof, create another playful effect.
The old vault in the basement promises an exclusive space, using mirrors to create an infinite matrix.

 

Design Team

Stylianos Axiotakis | Architectural Lighting & Architectural Identity
Dimitris Georgoulis | Supervision & Construction
Dimitris Koubias | DMX Programming

Light Legacy

Light Legacy is a palette inspired by the movie Tron Legacy. Deep contrasts of black and white, light and dark, blue LED lighting and cold white. Glossy marble, white surfaces, transparent furniture, glass spaces and vivid linear lighting.

Ref: 00114016

Jim Smokehouse
Concept restaurant

Metal Medley

CONCEPT

Like the procedure of smoking meats, the design embraces the values of primitivism, simplicity and elegance and it is based on the primal experience of cooking and the way it involves all our senses. Thus, the design concept evolves around the KITCHEN its-self, which becomes the main point of interest. The restaurant can host up to 80 people inside and 40 people outside. The interior space is divided in two distinct parts: (A) a big open-plan kitchen with bar, with the cooking process in plain view, where customers can see “the smoke, the fire and the meat”, (B) a big dining area designed so that the people can unite under the common experience of eating and becoming one company.

KITCHEN-BAR

At the kitchen-bar, clients can order food from the menu or from the hanging smoked meats, see the meat being cut, weighted and cooked, order from the selection of beers and sit at the bar for dining. Emphasis is given at the design of a well-equipped and functional kitchen. The special menu (smoked  meats and beers) and the ordering and cooking procedures, require ample space for the main kitchen as well as for auxiliary spaces and storage. 

KEG-ROOM

The 20-beers bar requires a big amount of space for the beers to be stored and cooled. Therefore a separate room is designed as a beer-keg cooler room. The keg cooler room can host up to 22 beer-kegs in use and has ample space to store and cool extra kegs. The dispensing trunkline is glycol-cooled.

AUXILIARY SPACES

Other auxiliary spaces include a walk-in refrigerator and freezer, a dry-food store, dish-washing space, a changing-room for the staff and toilets for the public.

DINING AREA (IN-OUT)

The furnishing of the restaurant can be bought from the companies described or it can be produced locally using the same materials (wood and steel). The steel tables can be joined together to form a very large table or can be separated. The smaller wooden tables can host 4 persons each. At the end of the corridor of the dining space, a big mirror reflects the whole interior, making it appear larger. Outside, big movable planters with trees are placed to turn the alley into a friendly place and to provide shading.

MATERIALS

The design utilizes oak wood and many different metals, such as corten steel (rusted), stainless steel, aluminium, phosphatized steel) in order to form an up-to-date artisanal look. This way, the interior has a rustic feel without being outdated. No changes are made to the exterior of the building.

Metal Medley

Museum of Arts of Metals
Centre of Traditional Arts of Metal in Stemnitsa (Proposal)

Metal Collage

The new center will be housed in an existing traditional building. Based on the methods and tools of modern museology, a holistic and humanistic approach is proposed, through the presentation and promotion the people and their daily practices in conjunction with the arts and the world of metal. The topics suggested by the museological study are: (1) traditional arts and artisans of metal, (2) techniques and tools, (3) the School of Gold and Silversmith and (4) creations of the past and present.

The new identity of the space is based on the aesthetics of metal. Thus, a new metal structure is proposed, that dominates the floor and shapes movement is space, as well as the sections of the exhibition. The transition from one section to another is accomplished through the lighting. The concept of fire is the connecting element between the two "worlds" and red light is used to denote this transition. Another tool for the exhibition design are the characteristic gas tubes that are used in the laboratories of silversmiths. Each tube is used as a spotlight and it is combined with a cabinet. Each set shows a processing technique of metal.

Design Team

Valia Gialia | Team Leader, Architecture, Museological Study
Stylianos Axiotakis | Architecture - Lighting Design
Christos Karagiannidis | Museological - Anthropological Study

Metal Collage

L'Ambasciata restaurant
L'Ambasciata restaurant

Interior design concept for restaurant


Eptapirgion
Eptapirgion

3rd Prize / Landscaping proposal for the Monumental Ensemble of Eptapirgio in Thessaloniki


House in Chios
House in Chios

Preliminary study for a site located in Varvassi Chios


L'Ambasciata restaurant
Interior design concept for restaurant

Salmon Lux

The design aims to recreate the feeling of a real embassy through a contemporary approach with touches of Art Nouveau.

Salmon Lux

Eptapirgion
3rd Prize / Landscaping proposal for the Monumental Ensemble of Eptapirgio in Thessaloniki

Medieval Fort

The purpose of this study is to present the outline for the landscaping of the monumental ensemble of Eptapirgio, in Thessaloniki. The project aims to treat the monumental site under the conditions of new museology, ie interpreting the site and re-presenting it. The emergence of the archaeological site is suggested in a way that serves both the transmission of the historical information and the daily needs of a modern city. The historical monument is interpreted by means of an experiential approach of space through architecture, as well as through point installations (visual projections, soundscapes, texts signs etc.). 
The design concept is based on the dual function of the historical monumental ensemble, as a fortress and prison later, incorporating all parts of the study. As a result we propose two architectural promenades, one inside the monument and one around it, which organize the space in two distinct sections and serve at the same time the conceptual, architectural, lighting and landscaping design- through a holistic approach.

 

Design Team

Stylianos Axiotakis | Architectural Design
Valia Gialia | Architectural Design
Vasilis Lykoskoufis | E/M Study
Elena Veneti | Vegetation Study
Christos Karagiannidis | Museology Consultant
Antigone Koliou | Museology Consultant
Christina Ploutoglou | Museology Consultant
Nikos Rossis | Civil Engineer Consultant

Medieval Fort

 corten, red, kourasani, stone, wood, brown, rope, knitting, connection, time, contemplation, stroll, levels

House in Chios
Preliminary study for a site located in Varvassi Chios

Cerulean Sky

The project is a preliminary study for a site located in Varvassi Chios. The house develops in four levels . The main spaces are connected to the living room through visual contact, assisted by a vertical slit in the entrance area. The living room is located on the elevated ground floor, along with the dining room, the kitchen, a WC, an utility room and a large terrace. On the first floor, the bedroom - office achieves visual connection to the living room through a large opening. On the second floor, the master-bedroom enjoys a large outdoor area. In the basement there is a guesthouse, a playroom/ daily room, and a large storage space. Each bedroom has its own dressing-room and a large en-suite bathroom. The three upper levels occupy 120m2 and the basement occupies 73m2.
The great heights, the generous openings , the visual flows, the strong presence of simple materials and the distinct separation of functions into levels,  are the main features of the project. The house is available for construction.

Design Team

Stylianos Axiotakis | Architectural Design
Epitropou Ismini, Stylianos Axiotakis | Renders

Cerulean Sky

The soothing blue sky inspires combinations of simplicity. Wood, concrete and white color are composing the surfaces while the equipment consists of cerulean and white. The relaxing effect of blue colour create tranquility and relaxation.

Ref: 00114019

Moods

Mastic White
Mastic White

Ethereal sense of relaxation in a setting full of aromas


Mandarin White
Mandarin White

Sophisticated intensity with a twist of funky citrus tones


Turrell Dreams
Turrell Dreams

A palette inspired by the lighting artist J. Turrell.


Mastic White

A selection of neutral tones of white and beige combined with the aromas of greek islands.  The rugged feel of mastic interpreted in materials such as marble and pebbles. Herbs and shrubs, such as schinos, complete the contrast between hard and soft. Ethereal furniture, neutral shades and natural materials create a sense of relaxation in a natural setting.

Ref: 00114003

Mandarin White

Like an assortment of fresh citrus fruits, this palette collects all the vividness, warmth and vibrancy of mandarin and sanguine tones, complimented by white contrasts.

Ref: 00114002 

Turrell Dreams

Vivid colours, intense linear lighting. Blue, red, orange, tones come along with transparent furniture into a playful dream of colour and light, celebrating the work the light artist James Turrell.

Ref: 00114006

Age of Copper
Age of Copper

Back to the age of copper!


Candy Green
Candy Green

Candy Green


Age of Gold
Age of Gold

Absolute luxury


Age of Copper

Back to the age of copper. Strong contrasts are created by objects of copper on a white background. Marble and glass complement the composition. A style of purity and superior luxury.

Ref: 00114032

Candy Green

χρώμα, πράσινο, μπλε, ροζ, λευκό, γυαλί

Age of Gold

Details of gold on walls, furniture and light fittings are highlighted in a vast white background.

Ref: 00114040

Salmon Lux
Salmon Lux


My Greek Drama
My Greek Drama

A greek scene featuring designs of Spyros Drakos.


My Greek Mondrian
My Greek Mondrian

A greek composition featuring designer Spyros Drakos


Salmon Lux

My Greek Drama

A greek setting with strict lines and unexpected artistic surprises. Dark blue elements, dark wooden floors and white walls with white frames, interrupted by objects designed by the designer Spyros Drakos.

Ref: 00114037

My Greek Mondrian

Linear motifs on white background, with small bursts of bright colours. Mondrian uses boldly primary colours in his compositions. Our "Greek Mondrian" uss blue and yellow as a remembrance of the Greek landscape, with products by designer Spyros Drakos.

Ref: 00114038

Bios

The team
The team

29 May 2013


Stylianos Axiotakis
Stylianos Axiotakis

Architect - Lighting Arch. ,
Founder


Artemis Sierra
Artemis Sierra

Architect - Scenographer,
Founding member


Regina Antonopoulou
Regina Antonopoulou

Architect,
Founding Member


Kon. Maroulas
Kon. Maroulas

Architect,
Member


The team
29 May 2013

ONE ID ARCHITECTS is an architectural team that hopes to change the way that people engage with architects. Founded in summer 2013, we provide people with innovative architectural identity services. Through our web platform we provide our customers online project monitoring, as well as other online services, though their personal account. 

People approach us in search of a concept that would reflect their attitude to life on their spaces. We listen to you and we carefully design spaces with character. We approach design in a holistic way to provide you with the best solutions. Whether you are an individual renovating your home, a company building your headquarters, a civil engineer looking for lighting design, an estate-agent refurbishing your properties, or whether you are seeking architectural support, we can provide you with integrated architectural services.

Our team also participates in architectural competitions, in an attempt to share our perspective for the built environment. Our successes include:

  • 1st Prize - Porada International Design Award 2013,
  • 1st Prize - Athens Heart Design Award 2013, 
  • 2nd Prize - Elith Design Competition 2013, 
  • 3rd Prize - Landscaping for the Eptapirgio monumental ensemble in Thessaloniki.
  • Honorary Mention - IDC Indoor / Outdoor LED Luminaire 2014

 

 

 

Stylianos Axiotakis
Architect - Lighting Arch. , Founder

Founder and owner of ONE ID ARCHITECTS, Stylianos was born in Chios in 1985, where he made his first steps in design by exhibiting his artwork in various cultural spaces. He gratuated from the School of Architecture of the National Technical University of Athens and obtained his MSc in Light and Lighting from the Bartlett School of Graduate studies in London. The sense of identity is a strong drive for his work.

Steel Wood

A unique combination: the gloss of steel and the natural roughness of wood. A post-industrial style resulting from the use of furniture and objects made ​​of steel and glass on a background of white walls and natural wood. Bright light reflected on the steel and glass surfaces create iridescences in space.

Ref: 00114012

Black & Yellow

A set based on the vibrant contrasts of black and yellow. Black floors surrounded by yellow walls, black furniture and black light fittings; an all-black look with a generous touch of yellow and the tones of autumn that will make you... fall for it.

Ref: 00114001

Mandarin White

Like an assortment of fresh citrus fruits, this palette collects all the vividness, warmth and vibrancy of mandarin and sanguine tones, complimented by white contrasts.

Ref: 00114002 

Light Legacy

Light Legacy is a palette inspired by the movie Tron Legacy. Deep contrasts of black and white, light and dark, blue LED lighting and cold white. Glossy marble, white surfaces, transparent furniture, glass spaces and vivid linear lighting.

Ref: 00114016

Mastic White

A selection of neutral tones of white and beige combined with the aromas of greek islands.  The rugged feel of mastic interpreted in materials such as marble and pebbles. Herbs and shrubs, such as schinos, complete the contrast between hard and soft. Ethereal furniture, neutral shades and natural materials create a sense of relaxation in a natural setting.

Ref: 00114003

Red Box

The most intense color deserves a palette of its own. Red and white walls, red chairs, red tables, red light fittings, red attitude, red everything! This is an intense and joyful palette, full of warmth, for the passionate ones.

Ref: 00114004

Strings Attached

Patterns with stripes are "entangled" in your space creating unique combinations. Intensity and vividness for the daring who yearn to be surrounded by objects with exceptional style.

Ref: 00114005

Turrell Dreams

Vivid colours, intense linear lighting. Blue, red, orange, tones come along with transparent furniture into a playful dream of colour and light, celebrating the work the light artist James Turrell.

Ref: 00114006

Yves Klein

Blue and white reunite celebrating the work of Yves Klein. Monochrome blue motifs, blue furniture on a minimal, clean, white background. Transparency and light highlight the individual elements, that bear memories from the middle of the past century.

Ref: 00114007

Yves Gold

The blue of Yves Klein boosted with the elegance of gold. Monochrome blue motifs, blue minimal furniture on clean, white background. Transparency and light highlight the golden elements, that bear memories from the middle of the past century combined with contemporary experiences.

Ref: 00114008

My Greek Mondrian

Linear motifs on white background, with small bursts of bright colours. Mondrian uses boldly primary colours in his compositions. Our "Greek Mondrian" uss blue and yellow as a remembrance of the Greek landscape, with products by designer Spyros Drakos.

Ref: 00114038

My Greek Salad

A Greek salad with colours from the Greek table, plywood and products by designer Spyros Drakos.

Ref: 00114039

My Greek Drama

A greek setting with strict lines and unexpected artistic surprises. Dark blue elements, dark wooden floors and white walls with white frames, interrupted by objects designed by the designer Spyros Drakos.

Ref: 00114037

Under Construction

The space resembles a construction site where everything can be used. A hammock out of protection net, worksite lighting, notes on the walls. Concrete floors in grey tones and yellow-striped walls. For the enthusiasts of the industrial style.

Ref: 00114009

Quercus Vitrum

The contrast between transparency and impermeable solid. The evolution of a simple cork stopper to an orchestrator of space in combination with the material which was always been associated, glass. The warmth of fire complements the play of the two materials. Glass furniture, floors and walls lined with cork, transparency and intensity create a sophisticated environment that emphasizes materiality.

Ref: 00114010

China Morning

A Chinese morning imprinted with blue and white on porcelain. Natural wooden furniture, fixtures and floors complement the space, creating a scene of tranquility and relaxation.

Ref: 00114011

Steel Wood

A unique combination: the gloss of steel and the natural roughness of wood. A post-industrial style resulting from the use of furniture and objects made ​​of steel and glass on a background of white walls and natural wood. Bright light reflected on the steel and glass surfaces create iridescences in space.

Ref: 00114012

Blue Forest

A walk in the forest. A fairytale coming alive through black and blue. Walking further into the forest feeling calm while surrounded by nature. Light is filtered through the top branches, leaving beautiful shadows as one walks deeper discovering mysterious wonders. Brach-like chandeliers, luxurious black furniture and blue details bring alive a hidden palace.

Ref: 00114013

Golden Denim

Who said what jeans are not a luxury? Denim fabrics and carpets bearing the value of the wear and tear of time. Details of gold on walls, furniture and light fittings are highlighted in a vast white background. The philosophy of antiques reincarnated through the luxury of gold and the wear of denim.

Ref: 00114014

Grey Jey

The colour gray attains intensity when combined with a warm brown. Marble in various shades of gray, together with leather and wooden details, create spaces with a character of self-sufficiency and austerity , nonetheless warm. The sense of hospitality is also highlighted by the presence dark red elements refering to nature.

Ref: 00114015

White Lily

A space full of white and romance. White epoxy floors, white walls, white wooden furniture.

Macchiato Verde

Fresh green colour and the stimulative effect of coffee come together to revive your interior. OSB wood surfaces complement the earthy feeling of a familiar environment while white walls provide a sense of luminosity and pleasure.

Ref: 00114018

Athen's Heart

mirror, wood, cushion, white, fabric, showcase, shelf, offering, solidarity, warmth, intimacy, isolation, escape, tranquility

Cerulean Sky

The soothing blue sky inspires combinations of simplicity. Wood, concrete and white color are composing the surfaces while the equipment consists of cerulean and white. The relaxing effect of blue colour create tranquility and relaxation.

Ref: 00114019

Dark Turquoise

Inspired by the element of the sea, a proposal in dark turquoise and white that exudes serenity and relaxation. Bright white walls, white furniture and simple lines with a minimal mood create an environment of tranquility and calmness.

Ref: 00114020

Minimal Island

The pebbled yard with its traditional geometrical patterns becomes a part of the interior space. The rendering of traditional craftsmanship in a minimalist manner, promises to enrich your space with elements of black and white contrasts and embossed textures.

Ref: 00114021

Natural Black

Βlack coloθr and natural materials come together to create a hospitable environment with reference to nature. Wood, stone and white color complement an atmosphere of intimacy and warmth.

Ref: 00114022

 

Bordeaux Attitude

Items in bordeaux, surrounded by colors that highlight this special tone of red. Gray concrete, white walls, black surfaces and slits of light highlight the charming dark red while making the space subtly elegant.

Ref: 00114023

Black Leaf

leaf, green, wood, black, plants, meadow, comfort, relaxation

Wood Balance

The use of wood in combination with angular patterns, attempts to give a sense of balance in space. The choice of shades of grey underlines the sense of tranquility while putting emphasis on this peculiar harmony.

Ref: 00114025

Neutral Pulse

gray, black, red, diagonal, slit, white, levels,

Artemis Sierra
Architect - Scenographer, Founding member

Artemis was born in 1988 in Athens. She studied architecture at the University of Thessaly and graduated in 2013. Since then she is attending the Postgraduate Programme on Architectural Design of the National Technical University of Athens. Along with the architectural practice she is involved with scenography, photography and dance. Moving in between these fields, she is looking for the common ground in order to express herself with sensitivity and creativity.

Crossword

Soft incisions crossing one another, invoking a textual space, indicating writing’s countless possibilities, the puzzle of creativity. Shredded elements, attesting the cycle of materiality, curve to accommodate a future heralded in the red vibrancy of life. A space of understated yet forceful intensity, a space inscribed, transcribed, erased, always shaping unforeseen patterns.

Ref: 00414001

Morning Breeze

Golden yellow of barley and of sunrise, a promenade through a lavender valley. 
The subtle grain of the field, of the floor, of the furniture, of the fabric. 
Weaving the calmness of space into a white of pureness and comfort. 
With kindness the private invites the public; the public finds itself 
invigorated in the grain of the private.

Ref: 00414002

Single Fall

Stacking, aligning, realigning. A stratified, layered, invested space. Direction without imposition. Brown as yellow and yellow as brown. Autumn as Spring. The waves of floors, the flux of walls, the whirlpool of warming, living textures. Black as detail. Light pouring out, and offering depth to the direction of the space from singular details.

Ref: 00414003

Playground

Passage. From black to white; from grass to gravel; from edge to sphere. Materials disguising their playfulness in their function and solidity. Folding the potential of free, uncalculated composition into the regularity of their contours. Invoking terrestrial materiality and lunar poetry. A journey, a passage of grounds.

Ref: 00414004

Flat Line

Curtain or wall; a maze of infinite leaves or infinite bricks. Green-brown that shelters. One follows the line, the line cuts and opens, the line curves and illuminates. Repose and firmness on a chiasm with the vertical and the horizontal. Protected lightness. Protracted simplicity. Clarity, innovation.

Ref: 00414005

Alpen Liebe

Mountain white. White of clouds, of alpine fur, of summits. White of ascent and clarity. Rest in action. Coil before the tension. Then the memory of textures. Tanned memory, red-brown clay—plasticity without plastic. At the spiraling ridge weight appears light as ribbon.

Ref: 00414006

Dry Skin

A late harvest of grapes at Bordeaux. A dry pallet. October’s fading red. A light turns on. Inverting to interior; a new coat. Watching the autumn from the window. Grains in the sack, provisions of morning bread. The day breaks over a silver lake.

Ref: 00414007

Red Desert

Searing red, deeper than blood, into the earth and the sand, infiltrating the space, evaporating beyond its confines. Empty expanses, horizons, encompass each formless dimension. Paths awaiting to be carved anew in the face of illusion. Where a straight line bends upon itself, where parallels converge, a thorn conceals a spring of life.

Ref: 00414008

Regina Antonopoulou
Architect, Founding Member

Born in Aegio in 1985. She studied architecture at the National Technical University of Athens, graduating in 2009 with a diploma project on the regeneration of the coastal front of Aigio. She works across the fields of architecture, construction, supervision and project-management on large and small scale projects.

Kon. Maroulas
Architect, Member

Konstantinos graduated from the Department of Architecture of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2009. He is interested in photography, information technology and contemporary art, as well as in participating in initiatives concerned with the city and contemporary culture.

The team
The team

29 May 2013


Stylianos Axiotakis
Stylianos Axiotakis

Architect - Lighting Arch. ,
Founder


Artemis Sierra
Artemis Sierra

Architect - Scenographer,
Founding member


The team
29 May 2013

ONE ID ARCHITECTS is an architectural team that hopes to change the way that people engage with architects. Founded in summer 2013, we provide people with innovative architectural identity services. Through our web platform we provide our customers online project monitoring, as well as other online services, though their personal account. 

People approach us in search of a concept that would reflect their attitude to life on their spaces. We listen to you and we carefully design spaces with character. We approach design in a holistic way to provide you with the best solutions. Whether you are an individual renovating your home, a company building your headquarters, a civil engineer looking for lighting design, an estate-agent refurbishing your properties, or whether you are seeking architectural support, we can provide you with integrated architectural services.

Our team also participates in architectural competitions, in an attempt to share our perspective for the built environment. Our successes include:

  • 1st Prize - Porada International Design Award 2013,
  • 1st Prize - Athens Heart Design Award 2013, 
  • 2nd Prize - Elith Design Competition 2013, 
  • 3rd Prize - Landscaping for the Eptapirgio monumental ensemble in Thessaloniki.
  • Honorary Mention - IDC Indoor / Outdoor LED Luminaire 2014

 

 

 

Stylianos Axiotakis
Architect - Lighting Arch. , Founder

Founder and owner of ONE ID ARCHITECTS, Stylianos was born in Chios in 1985, where he made his first steps in design by exhibiting his artwork in various cultural spaces. He gratuated from the School of Architecture of the National Technical University of Athens and obtained his MSc in Light and Lighting from the Bartlett School of Graduate studies in London. The sense of identity is a strong drive for his work.

Steel Wood

A unique combination: the gloss of steel and the natural roughness of wood. A post-industrial style resulting from the use of furniture and objects made ​​of steel and glass on a background of white walls and natural wood. Bright light reflected on the steel and glass surfaces create iridescences in space.

Ref: 00114012

Black & Yellow

A set based on the vibrant contrasts of black and yellow. Black floors surrounded by yellow walls, black furniture and black light fittings; an all-black look with a generous touch of yellow and the tones of autumn that will make you... fall for it.

Ref: 00114001

Mandarin White

Like an assortment of fresh citrus fruits, this palette collects all the vividness, warmth and vibrancy of mandarin and sanguine tones, complimented by white contrasts.

Ref: 00114002 

Light Legacy

Light Legacy is a palette inspired by the movie Tron Legacy. Deep contrasts of black and white, light and dark, blue LED lighting and cold white. Glossy marble, white surfaces, transparent furniture, glass spaces and vivid linear lighting.

Ref: 00114016

Mastic White

A selection of neutral tones of white and beige combined with the aromas of greek islands.  The rugged feel of mastic interpreted in materials such as marble and pebbles. Herbs and shrubs, such as schinos, complete the contrast between hard and soft. Ethereal furniture, neutral shades and natural materials create a sense of relaxation in a natural setting.

Ref: 00114003

Red Box

The most intense color deserves a palette of its own. Red and white walls, red chairs, red tables, red light fittings, red attitude, red everything! This is an intense and joyful palette, full of warmth, for the passionate ones.

Ref: 00114004

Strings Attached

Patterns with stripes are "entangled" in your space creating unique combinations. Intensity and vividness for the daring who yearn to be surrounded by objects with exceptional style.

Ref: 00114005

Turrell Dreams

Vivid colours, intense linear lighting. Blue, red, orange, tones come along with transparent furniture into a playful dream of colour and light, celebrating the work the light artist James Turrell.

Ref: 00114006

Yves Klein

Blue and white reunite celebrating the work of Yves Klein. Monochrome blue motifs, blue furniture on a minimal, clean, white background. Transparency and light highlight the individual elements, that bear memories from the middle of the past century.

Ref: 00114007

Yves Gold

The blue of Yves Klein boosted with the elegance of gold. Monochrome blue motifs, blue minimal furniture on clean, white background. Transparency and light highlight the golden elements, that bear memories from the middle of the past century combined with contemporary experiences.

Ref: 00114008

My Greek Mondrian

Linear motifs on white background, with small bursts of bright colours. Mondrian uses boldly primary colours in his compositions. Our "Greek Mondrian" uss blue and yellow as a remembrance of the Greek landscape, with products by designer Spyros Drakos.

Ref: 00114038

My Greek Salad

A Greek salad with colours from the Greek table, plywood and products by designer Spyros Drakos.

Ref: 00114039

My Greek Drama

A greek setting with strict lines and unexpected artistic surprises. Dark blue elements, dark wooden floors and white walls with white frames, interrupted by objects designed by the designer Spyros Drakos.

Ref: 00114037

Under Construction

The space resembles a construction site where everything can be used. A hammock out of protection net, worksite lighting, notes on the walls. Concrete floors in grey tones and yellow-striped walls. For the enthusiasts of the industrial style.

Ref: 00114009

Quercus Vitrum

The contrast between transparency and impermeable solid. The evolution of a simple cork stopper to an orchestrator of space in combination with the material which was always been associated, glass. The warmth of fire complements the play of the two materials. Glass furniture, floors and walls lined with cork, transparency and intensity create a sophisticated environment that emphasizes materiality.

Ref: 00114010

China Morning

A Chinese morning imprinted with blue and white on porcelain. Natural wooden furniture, fixtures and floors complement the space, creating a scene of tranquility and relaxation.

Ref: 00114011

Steel Wood

A unique combination: the gloss of steel and the natural roughness of wood. A post-industrial style resulting from the use of furniture and objects made ​​of steel and glass on a background of white walls and natural wood. Bright light reflected on the steel and glass surfaces create iridescences in space.

Ref: 00114012

Blue Forest

A walk in the forest. A fairytale coming alive through black and blue. Walking further into the forest feeling calm while surrounded by nature. Light is filtered through the top branches, leaving beautiful shadows as one walks deeper discovering mysterious wonders. Brach-like chandeliers, luxurious black furniture and blue details bring alive a hidden palace.

Ref: 00114013

Golden Denim

Who said what jeans are not a luxury? Denim fabrics and carpets bearing the value of the wear and tear of time. Details of gold on walls, furniture and light fittings are highlighted in a vast white background. The philosophy of antiques reincarnated through the luxury of gold and the wear of denim.

Ref: 00114014

Grey Jey

The colour gray attains intensity when combined with a warm brown. Marble in various shades of gray, together with leather and wooden details, create spaces with a character of self-sufficiency and austerity , nonetheless warm. The sense of hospitality is also highlighted by the presence dark red elements refering to nature.

Ref: 00114015

White Lily

A space full of white and romance. White epoxy floors, white walls, white wooden furniture.

Macchiato Verde

Fresh green colour and the stimulative effect of coffee come together to revive your interior. OSB wood surfaces complement the earthy feeling of a familiar environment while white walls provide a sense of luminosity and pleasure.

Ref: 00114018

Athen's Heart

mirror, wood, cushion, white, fabric, showcase, shelf, offering, solidarity, warmth, intimacy, isolation, escape, tranquility

Cerulean Sky

The soothing blue sky inspires combinations of simplicity. Wood, concrete and white color are composing the surfaces while the equipment consists of cerulean and white. The relaxing effect of blue colour create tranquility and relaxation.

Ref: 00114019

Dark Turquoise

Inspired by the element of the sea, a proposal in dark turquoise and white that exudes serenity and relaxation. Bright white walls, white furniture and simple lines with a minimal mood create an environment of tranquility and calmness.

Ref: 00114020

Minimal Island

The pebbled yard with its traditional geometrical patterns becomes a part of the interior space. The rendering of traditional craftsmanship in a minimalist manner, promises to enrich your space with elements of black and white contrasts and embossed textures.

Ref: 00114021

Natural Black

Βlack coloθr and natural materials come together to create a hospitable environment with reference to nature. Wood, stone and white color complement an atmosphere of intimacy and warmth.

Ref: 00114022

 

Bordeaux Attitude

Items in bordeaux, surrounded by colors that highlight this special tone of red. Gray concrete, white walls, black surfaces and slits of light highlight the charming dark red while making the space subtly elegant.

Ref: 00114023

Black Leaf

leaf, green, wood, black, plants, meadow, comfort, relaxation

Wood Balance

The use of wood in combination with angular patterns, attempts to give a sense of balance in space. The choice of shades of grey underlines the sense of tranquility while putting emphasis on this peculiar harmony.

Ref: 00114025

Neutral Pulse

gray, black, red, diagonal, slit, white, levels,

Artemis Sierra
Architect - Scenographer, Founding member

Artemis was born in 1988 in Athens. She studied architecture at the University of Thessaly and graduated in 2013. Since then she is attending the Postgraduate Programme on Architectural Design of the National Technical University of Athens. Along with the architectural practice she is involved with scenography, photography and dance. Moving in between these fields, she is looking for the common ground in order to express herself with sensitivity and creativity.

Crossword

Soft incisions crossing one another, invoking a textual space, indicating writing’s countless possibilities, the puzzle of creativity. Shredded elements, attesting the cycle of materiality, curve to accommodate a future heralded in the red vibrancy of life. A space of understated yet forceful intensity, a space inscribed, transcribed, erased, always shaping unforeseen patterns.

Ref: 00414001

Morning Breeze

Golden yellow of barley and of sunrise, a promenade through a lavender valley. 
The subtle grain of the field, of the floor, of the furniture, of the fabric. 
Weaving the calmness of space into a white of pureness and comfort. 
With kindness the private invites the public; the public finds itself 
invigorated in the grain of the private.

Ref: 00414002

Single Fall

Stacking, aligning, realigning. A stratified, layered, invested space. Direction without imposition. Brown as yellow and yellow as brown. Autumn as Spring. The waves of floors, the flux of walls, the whirlpool of warming, living textures. Black as detail. Light pouring out, and offering depth to the direction of the space from singular details.

Ref: 00414003

Playground

Passage. From black to white; from grass to gravel; from edge to sphere. Materials disguising their playfulness in their function and solidity. Folding the potential of free, uncalculated composition into the regularity of their contours. Invoking terrestrial materiality and lunar poetry. A journey, a passage of grounds.

Ref: 00414004

Flat Line

Curtain or wall; a maze of infinite leaves or infinite bricks. Green-brown that shelters. One follows the line, the line cuts and opens, the line curves and illuminates. Repose and firmness on a chiasm with the vertical and the horizontal. Protected lightness. Protracted simplicity. Clarity, innovation.

Ref: 00414005

Alpen Liebe

Mountain white. White of clouds, of alpine fur, of summits. White of ascent and clarity. Rest in action. Coil before the tension. Then the memory of textures. Tanned memory, red-brown clay—plasticity without plastic. At the spiraling ridge weight appears light as ribbon.

Ref: 00414006

Dry Skin

A late harvest of grapes at Bordeaux. A dry pallet. October’s fading red. A light turns on. Inverting to interior; a new coat. Watching the autumn from the window. Grains in the sack, provisions of morning bread. The day breaks over a silver lake.

Ref: 00414007

Red Desert

Searing red, deeper than blood, into the earth and the sand, infiltrating the space, evaporating beyond its confines. Empty expanses, horizons, encompass each formless dimension. Paths awaiting to be carved anew in the face of illusion. Where a straight line bends upon itself, where parallels converge, a thorn conceals a spring of life.

Ref: 00414008

Regina Antonopoulou
Regina Antonopoulou

Architect,
Founding Member


Kon. Maroulas
Kon. Maroulas

Architect,
Member


Regina Antonopoulou
Architect, Founding Member

Born in Aegio in 1985. She studied architecture at the National Technical University of Athens, graduating in 2009 with a diploma project on the regeneration of the coastal front of Aigio. She works across the fields of architecture, construction, supervision and project-management on large and small scale projects.

Kon. Maroulas
Architect, Member

Konstantinos graduated from the Department of Architecture of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2009. He is interested in photography, information technology and contemporary art, as well as in participating in initiatives concerned with the city and contemporary culture.

News

Porada Award
Porada Award

1ID win the 1st Prize for the Porada International Design Award 2013.


Elith competition award
Elith competition award

2nd Prize at the competition of Elith radiators.


Athens Heart Design Award 2013
Athens Heart Design Award 2013

1st Prize at the Athens Heart Design Award 2013.


The birth
The birth

The dream of online architectural identity services.


Porada Award
1ID win the 1st Prize for the Porada International Design Award 2013.

The jury of the PORADA INTERNATIONAL DESIGN AWARD 2013 has just announced the winners of this competition: an event sponsored by Porada Arredi srl, a leading company in the furnishings and fittings sector, and POLI.design, a Milan Polytechnic Consortium, with the additional support of the Association of Industrial Design (ADI). The announcement took place at Palazzo Natta, administrative centre of the Como Campus of Milan Polytechnic.

The winning design in the Professional category was called “Lope”: an extendable dining-table constituted partly of solid ash and partly of matt-effect white aluminium. The latter element adds a very contemporary touch, elegantly enclosing the wooden section of the table. The intention of the two Greek designers, Regina Antonopoulou and Stylianos Axiotakis, was to express our relationship with nature, an aim reflected in the form of the table-legs, inspired by those of an antelope.

Elith competition award
2nd Prize at the competition of Elith radiators.

Athens Heart Design Award 2013
1st Prize at the Athens Heart Design Award 2013.

The construction is a way-out, an escape point from the busy environment of the shopping center and at the same time an opportunity for the visitors to reflect on their relationship with others and connect with them in an act of selflessness. The adoption of the archetypal form of a house is a reference to children's drawings, causing feelings of immediacy, intimacy and warmth.
The small structure reflects its surroundings through the use of mirrors. This contributes the sense of isolation for those inside it, as they can unexpectedly disappear from the intrusive environment of the mall, even in plain sight, since the construction is located in the atrium of the building, visible from everywhere. 
Apart from the concentration of "offers" for charity, the structure-showcase indirectly advertises products on its shelves. This may become a business motive for the stores of the mall, so as to create a general feeling for charity.

The birth
The dream of online architectural identity services.

In Summer 2013 along along with other architects we created a new team that would collaborate with other experts of all fields, in order to provide people with innovative architectural identity services. ONE ID ARCHITECTS was born, a cooperative that is hoping to change the way that people engage with architects.

People approach us in search of a concept that would reflect their attitude to life on their spaces. We listen to you and we carefully design spaces with character. We approach design in a holistic way to provide you with the best solutions.

Porada Award
Porada Award

1ID win the 1st Prize for the Porada International Design Award 2013.


Elith competition award
Elith competition award

2nd Prize at the competition of Elith radiators.


Athens Heart Design Award 2013
Athens Heart Design Award 2013

1st Prize at the Athens Heart Design Award 2013.


Porada Award
1ID win the 1st Prize for the Porada International Design Award 2013.

The jury of the PORADA INTERNATIONAL DESIGN AWARD 2013 has just announced the winners of this competition: an event sponsored by Porada Arredi srl, a leading company in the furnishings and fittings sector, and POLI.design, a Milan Polytechnic Consortium, with the additional support of the Association of Industrial Design (ADI). The announcement took place at Palazzo Natta, administrative centre of the Como Campus of Milan Polytechnic.

The winning design in the Professional category was called “Lope”: an extendable dining-table constituted partly of solid ash and partly of matt-effect white aluminium. The latter element adds a very contemporary touch, elegantly enclosing the wooden section of the table. The intention of the two Greek designers, Regina Antonopoulou and Stylianos Axiotakis, was to express our relationship with nature, an aim reflected in the form of the table-legs, inspired by those of an antelope.

Elith competition award
2nd Prize at the competition of Elith radiators.

Athens Heart Design Award 2013
1st Prize at the Athens Heart Design Award 2013.

The construction is a way-out, an escape point from the busy environment of the shopping center and at the same time an opportunity for the visitors to reflect on their relationship with others and connect with them in an act of selflessness. The adoption of the archetypal form of a house is a reference to children's drawings, causing feelings of immediacy, intimacy and warmth.
The small structure reflects its surroundings through the use of mirrors. This contributes the sense of isolation for those inside it, as they can unexpectedly disappear from the intrusive environment of the mall, even in plain sight, since the construction is located in the atrium of the building, visible from everywhere. 
Apart from the concentration of "offers" for charity, the structure-showcase indirectly advertises products on its shelves. This may become a business motive for the stores of the mall, so as to create a general feeling for charity.

The birth
The birth

The dream of online architectural identity services.


The birth
The dream of online architectural identity services.

In Summer 2013 along along with other architects we created a new team that would collaborate with other experts of all fields, in order to provide people with innovative architectural identity services. ONE ID ARCHITECTS was born, a cooperative that is hoping to change the way that people engage with architects.

People approach us in search of a concept that would reflect their attitude to life on their spaces. We listen to you and we carefully design spaces with character. We approach design in a holistic way to provide you with the best solutions.

Contact

ATHENS

Sfittion 3, 11854 Athens, GR

T: (+30) 212 1010034

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CHIOS

Krinis 24, 82132, Chios, GR

T: (+30)6972289956

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