Multi-functional space conceived in collaboration with Royffe Flynn.
The 45 sqm space is set on the half basement of a six-storey polykatoikia (apartment) building built in the 1950s.
Unlike the vast majority of its post-war polykatoikia counterparts, it was built with detailed, old world glamour.
It has a beautiful, big entrance with marble steps and mirrors and sits on a prominent corner location at the intersection of Troias and Drosopoulou Streets, in Kypseli.
The raw design approach references the past and the present by combining reclaimed materials and local craftsmanship.
The refurbished apartment consists of two rooms with wide windows to the streets Troias and Drosopoulou, one bathroom, one kitchen and a store room.
This space would suit a craftsman's atelier, a gallery, an office or any type of a small private practice.
Troias 24 is a five minute walk from Agiou Georgiou Square, well-known for its tavernas and local bars, and one of Athens’ largest public parks, Pedion tou Areos.
It is within walking distance to the weekly Farmers Market (open on Tuesdays), the Victoria metro station, and Kypseli’s busy and lovely tree-lined pedestrian square, Fokionos Negri, occupied by small cafés, restaurants, bars and shops.