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New Offices in Greece : N.Kifissia-Athenes Building
Contemporary Greek Office complex design by mobarchitects
post updated 22 Mar 2021 ; 9 Aug 2008
Greek Office Building
Location: N.Kifissia-Athenes, Greece
Date built: 2001
The project is a three – storey Greek Office Complex that consists of three buildings that create two independent volumes with unified common spaces.
The main design concept was to order the volumes on the perimeter of the site, to emphasize the access points and to provide flexibility of interior partitioning. In the center of the site, a common courtyard provides access to all buildings.
The internal circulation of the buildings (staircases, corridors) is facing the courtyard.
The issue that determined the facades was the request for natural light and views, so large glass planes were placed on the south and east side. Great concern was applied on the matter of sun shading , an important parameter in a climate of constant and intense sunshine .Sun shading is succeeded by using permanent vertical and horizontal canopies, vertical screens of corrugated steel or polycarbonate sheets, supported by metal trusses. On the west facades there are relatively fewer openings.
The materials used are concrete, glass and steel. The solid vertical surfaces are made of exposed concrete or are cladded with corrugated steel or aluminum sheets.
Greek Office – Building Information
Project: office complex
Area: 2,659 m2
End of construction: 2001
Contemporary Greek offices – images / information from mobarchitects 090808
Location: N.Kifissia-Athenes, Greece, southeast Europe
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