“When a client asked us to convert a series of existing office and industrial buildings into apartments, a pivotal issue immediately arose: all of the properties vary in shape, size, height, location, orientation and context; how can we ensure a consistent level of comfort and functionality? […]

“The season of 2021 is dedicated to the anniversary of the historical year of 1821. As a sequence of our previous Bouboulina Capsule Collection, Ancient Kallos is inspired by the Greek Heroine, Bouboulina and the costumes of that era. […]

The showroom is located in the center of Argostoli, in Kefalonia island, on the ground level of a building that was renovated inside and out. It is a versatile, modern space, where visitors can select objects and equipment for their own event, or even have rehearsals in physical scale. […]

The Eye Ring Collection is a seamless blend of history and modernity. A delicate handcrafted 14K gold wire is passed through a glass eye bead, giving optimum lightness and enabling the bead to move around. […]

Tinos Dove Suites is a small family-owned unit of 5 individual luxury suites built on the slope of the ravine at the foot of the picturesque village of Triandaros. […]

“Greece and Spetses, have always had a special place in our hearts. After experiencing fastpaced lives in London and Paris with our daughter Athina, we chose to reconnect with the magical Mediterranean region, inherited from our families’ origins. […]

“Shales”, is a hybrid capsule collection, inspired by the summertime spent in the Cyclades. Created while having the history, the geomorphology, and the culture of the islands in mind, all 5 items feature a different characteristic of profound symbolism and interpretation.


The house is located in Serifos island, Cyclades, Greece and it was originally built in 1998. Andrew Sheinman, founder of award-winning New York-based interior design firm Pembrooke & Ives, and his wife Helen purchased this house in 2005. They have kept all the original structure and added rooms, terraces and gardens over the years.


The main focus of the design was to create a house that blends in its natural environment. An environment comprised of steep dirt and gravel slopes, dressed with scattered wild thorny bushes, and beautiful large rock formations. Though the most important existing elements, were the short stone retaining walls, locally called xerolithies, created a long time ago for land cultivation purposes. These walls, usually not more than a meter in height formed flat stripes of land parallel to the slope and extended along the entire surface of the hillside. […]

After a 10-year-long successful operation in Athens, Vezené Santorini opens its doors on the island’s paramount spot overlooking the breathtaking caldera. […]

Lavatoy is a Greek studio that creates handmade ceramic products drawing its inspiration from local tradition, history and organic materials of nature. Shapes, colors, patterns, symbols, technique and natural raw materials are harmoniously synthesized to produce ceramic molds of special aesthetics and daily use. Lavatoy consists of the potter Nikos Katsoulas and a team of designers. […]

Olive sun villa is situated in the heart of a 4500 sq.m olive grove, near the sea. This project concerns the renovation of a preexisting building and the addition of a new wing, in order to create a six–room vacation house. The off-white and earthy tones used in the interior and exterior of the building, create a calm atmosphere, ideal for relaxation. […]

Onos living project is based on the simplicity of the idea of transforming an old stable -hand-built with stones, wood and mud- into a fully equipped house, with tremendous respect to its uniqueness and the Cycladic surroundings. […]

Skinopi Lodge is a hideaway in the heart of the world’s most beautiful group of islands – the Cyclades.  Surrounded by amazing landscape and history, it offers both a peaceful retreat in nature and a sense of discovery with unique opportunities for exploration.


These partially completed buildings were left abandoned for years; they exemplify the pre-financial crisis construction boom in Greece and it’s after effects. Their repetitive volumes and lack of site planning came in stark contrast to the beauty of the surrounding landscape. No further volumetric alteration was allowed by local regulations. The goal of the refurbishment was softening their impact: an exercise in reduction. […]