minimal cosy warm feeling lifestyle family residence Kefalari
interior design residence family house Kefalari
interior design concept architecture residence Kefalari
modern design minimal concept residence Kefalari
dining area residence Kefalari interior design
family residence modern Kefalari
residence modern design cosy warm materials Kefalari
kitchen interior design minimal
interior design residence family house Kefalari
bathroom design residence Kefalari
office room Kefalari residence
office room Kefalari residence
playroom family house residence Kefalari
Residence in Kefalari

Residence in Kefalari

Type
Location
Team
Credits
Location
Kefalari
Team

Principal Architect:  Aris Kordas

Design Team: Angeliki Labada, Rallou Triantafyllidou

Construction Management: Stavros Rafailidis

 

Credits
  • Styling : Roula Strataki
  • Photos: George Fakaros

Residence in Kefalari

This three-story residence in Kefalari of Kifisia, is located in a residential complex amidst a quiet neighborhood full of greenery. Its design incorporates features of a minimalistic approach and geometrical clarity. Moreover, elements of a homely and playful architectural and interior design play a significant role. Especially the fireplace and library, are the two main protagonists of the ground-floor living room. Furthermore, the fireplace diligently conceals storage spaces and a 55inch flat screen TV behind the sliding artwork panel. In fact, its structure offers to the space solidity, contrast and depth, while the library serves as a playful counterbalance.

Henceforth, the sense of an open plan layout is characteristic of the house, with the visual contact being unhindered throughout all spaces. The use of similar materials and the general treatment of geometry and form define a harmonious experience of space. For example, the natural oak and white lacquered surfaces, define the areas with special functionality like the kitchen and bathrooms.

The attic, on the upper level of the house, contains the children’s play room and the parent’s reading rooms. The most important element of this living space is light itself. Natural or artificial, hidden lights or spotlights, all types of light define the ambience of this introvert and private corner of the house.

Previous Next Down Down Previous Next Kordas Architects Kordas Architects
Facebook Instagram Twitter Tumblr YouTube Pinterest Pinterest Soundcloud Behance Google Plus LinkedIn Search Email Tik Tok