Spiro ceramics are inspired by the organic shapes of nature, with a simple and minimal design and the look of  a “perfect imperfection”. 
Made with the slab pottery technique, there are always unique variations in the shape and form of each object, which are enhanced by the creator’s personal design sense.
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Informed by the tradition and materiality of Mykonos and inspired by the contemporary lives of travelers, the new airport is a balance of crafted design and engineered space that welcomes visitors, and bids them farewell, with the characteristic warmth and optimism of the island. […]

The HC Loft is located at Heraklion, Crete with a total surface of 110 m2. It has been fully renovated to accommodate the needs of its new inhabitant, a New Yorker relocating to Crete. The distinctive nature of this project is that it addresses a specific user persona; a tech-savvy individual for whom feeling at home forms an integral part of his character. […]

“School for Disquiet Parents”, is a series of Parenting – Psychology books, written by Athanasios Alexandridis (M.D./PhD-Psychology) and published by Ikaros Publishing. The series is the result of the writer’s taped evening sessions with a group of parents where they engage in a delightful and informative discussion investigating the various aspects of children’s personal lives.  […]

Over the past 12 months at The Greek Foundation, we’ve been trying to showcase some of the best projects related to Greek design, architecture, photography, the arts and cultural production in general. Our aim has been to bring our readers articles that will interest and inspire them, but also to connect artists to the world and bring the world closer to them, too. In this context, we have compiled a list of the most popular articles of 2019, which essentially offers an opportunity to go through some of the most impressive projects of the year, step by step. […]

At the King George Hotel, the pace of life is gentle, time seems to have its own rhythm and days are filled with creativity and imagination. Its elegant interior design, the discreet and spacious reception area, bright light, marble and white colors, and its neoclassical décor style set the conditions for beautiful, serene, and carefree days. On the 7th floor of the King George, the Tudor Hall Restaurant offers the perfect setting where flavors are the protagonist. […]

Entrusting a new creative studio to help him create his largest London opening was a major leap of faith for Gordon Ramsay, and it was Afroditikrassa that received the brief. Tasked with delivering the concept, brand and design for a nuanced, Asian-inspired restaurant, bar and private dining offering to replace the much loved Maze in Grosvenor square, this had to be something really special. […]

During the previous decades, and especially during the period of the so-called Greek Economic Miracle (1950 – 1973), the implementation of the Marshall Plan, among others, led to the significant development of the chemical and mining industry.

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Megoulas Yassonas (a.k.a Cacao Rocks) was born in 1985 in Athens, Greece. He is the son of the sculptor George Megoulas. He started to engage with the art of graffiti at the age of 12. He studied French Literature at UOA and Univercite d’Angers in France. He won a scholarship at Focus school of photography and video by wining the first prize in the video art competition “ Shoot it” (2011). […]

“Eating the Goober” is an Athens based fashion brand of women’s clothing & transformable sandals, established in 2017. In September 2019, the brand won among thousands of participants worldwide, the Etsy Global Design Award in “Earth-Friendly” category for their slide sandals called the “Ethical, Magic Sliders”. […]

Alexandria, a mythical city, believed to have been founded by Alexander the Great as a link between Egypt and Greece, is the lyrical setting for this Zeus+Dione fall/winter 2019 collection that takes its clues from the literary work of an elusive creative, Cavafy. […]