The loft seeks maximum flexibility. All wet spaces that cannot be moved or transformed easily are placed along the solid wall freeing the loft’s remaining space. The spaces for sleep and work, the “rooms,” are designed as small, movable spaces-constructions that can be placed in different locations and correlations between them; the space that is left-over makes up the loft’s living areas. The “rooms” can also be clad with movable elements/panels increasing the tenants’ privacy. The loft’s glass façade is protected from the sun by the use of folding or sliding perforated metal panels placed along the edge of the balcony.
Architect: Yannis Aesopos
_Collaborating architect: Harris Biskos _