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A seven-story 16-unit residential building located in the heart of Athen's city center.



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ANAX Group

Exterior Photographs

Nikos Daniilidis

Interior Photographs

Dimitris Chachlas


Located in downtown Athens below Alexandras Avenue, within the alternative and historic district of Exarcheia, the building stands out from its older neighbors due to the simplicity of its architectural elements and pure symmetry of its façade. These features combined with the color palette used, create a tranquil form, which is generally scarce in the bustling architectural scene of central Athens.

On the ground level, a wide pedestrian passageway has been created with an open and covered welcoming space unfolding before the entrance to the building. On either side of the entrance, there are covered and open-air parking spaces. The building's lobby offers a small seating area, while the floor-to-ceiling windows ensure direct visual contact with the street.


The residences are found on the upper floors, all located along the façade of the building and therefore benefiting from natural light. In addition, all units have private balconies facing the main road, while those located higher up enjoy beautiful views of Lycabettus Hill and the Acropolis. The fifth, sixth and seventh floors are set back from the perimeter wall, forming spacious terraces for the respective apartments. The interior architecture of the apartments is simple, following on from the character of the building's shell. As most of them are small in size, not exceeding 40sq.m, their design incorporates solutions to enhance their qualities and make smart use of every square meter, offering a flexible living experience. All residences are fit with double glazed openings that provide high levels of thermal and acoustic insulation, oak wood flooring, high-quality kitchen furniture, wardrobes and sanitary items.

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Exarcheia is located in downtown Athens, right next to the “historic triangle” of Syntagma, Monastiraki and Omonoia Square. It is situated side by side with Kolonaki, which is arguably the most expensive and glamorous neighborhood of Athens.

Exarcheia is an alternative-minded district, home to the National Technical University of Athens and the National Archaeological Museum. Its central square, just ten minutes from the city center, features cafes, bars and the tech-friendly Stournari Street. One of the city’s oldest outdoor summer cinemas, “Vox”, is also located in the neighborhood, as is the “Blue Building”, a prime example of the modernist movement in Greek architecture.


Exarcheia is urban and lively, with walls adorned with posters advertising cultural events and concerts. The political and intellectual character of the neighborhood make it a hot spot for students, artists, intellectuals and the Athenian youth but its residents come from a variety of backgrounds. For this reason, one can also find many bookstores, fair trade and record shops, little bars, organic food shops and traditional tavernas which all coexist harmoniously in this buzzing neighborhood.


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