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Residence in Koropi

In the partial renovation of this detached house in Koropi, the interior design captures the essence of Parisian-style modern French aesthetics, owned by a young couple who recently relocated from England to live permanently in Greece. The key point is focused on the living room, office, and bedroom by seamlessly marring classic and contemporary elements while preserving the existing structural components, including the floors.

Key design features include plaster perimeter floor-to-ceiling wall panelling, providing a backdrop that combines the allure of old-world charm with the clean lines of modern minimalism. The design philosophy achieves a timeless and elegant atmosphere throughout the house.

A harmonious mix of classic and contemporary styles is evident in the gold details and a strong marble element that grace various spaces. These elements not only add a touch of opulence but also contribute to an overall sense of sophistication and luxury.

Contemporary fixtures are thoughtfully incorporated, introducing modern functionality and aesthetics without compromising the classic foundation. The furniture selection mirrors this blend, with a mix of contemporary and classic pieces. Notably, the office furniture exemplifies this fusion, creating a dynamic and eclectic workspace.

An earthy colour palette dominates the space, creating a warm and inviting environment. Strategic pops of colour, such as a bright orange armchair and dark grey accents, infuse the design with vibrancy and personality, adding a modern twist.

Adding a final touch of luxury and uniqueness, Piero Fornasetti plates adorn the walls, serving as both artistic statements and distinctive focal points. These unique pieces add a final touch of luxury and uniqueness, enhancing the character and charm of each space.

By blending classic Parisian style with modern French aesthetics, this project achieved to reflect the unique tastes and preferences of its owners while creating a captivating living environment.


Koropi, Athens


110 m²


Spyros Bakalis