Contemporary private house, Agia Paraskevi

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Project Description

Construction of a new energy residence, with insulated concrete forms (ICF) by Quad-Lock, in Agia Paraskevi, Athens.

The building is highly energy efficient and classified into A+ energy class and maintains a constant temperature within the residence throughout the year.

The full construction of the residence lasted five months only. It is a two-storey private residence with basement and loft. The difficulty lied on the small plot area and also the fact that we had to “stick” the building on both, right and left, sides to the neighboring plots.

The ground floor features an open plan space for the daily use of the family, the living room, the kitchen and the dining room and a W.C. The first floor features the master room of the couple with a spacious dressing room, the children’s room and a spacious bathroom. At the basement, a special place for music studio was designed and constructed according to the soundproof specifications imposed. Also, there is a parking space and the mechanical installation room. The main staircase of the building starts from the basement and ends on the rooftop, where a pergola is constructed and a BBQ to enjoy the spectacular view towards Penteli Mountain.

Ground floor = 85.00 sq.m.

1st floor = 85.00 sq.m.

Basement = 85.00 sq.m.

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