Restaurant, Bar & Shop of “Shedia Home” on Kolokotroni Str.

Restaurant, Bar & Shop|of “Shedia Home” on Kolokotroni Str.

Rather than being concerned with achieving a certain aesthetic, the creative process behind the new space for the ‘Shedia’ street magazine was instead focused on its ability to serve as a fascinating socio-cultural catalyst. From the very beginning, the project was driven by a powerful concept; that of creating an intellectual and multisensory spatial experience. An interplay of forms, materials and light redefine the experiential condition in an attempt to express its poetic potential. At the same time, it provides a series of semiological signs that inform one’s perception and understanding of space. Behind this design concept lies an intent to reclaim a place where one is free to remember, contemplate, act and fight – a place for becoming.

Principal of Project: Shedia Street Paper
Location: Athens, Greece
Architects : Potiropoulos+Partners
Lighting Design: ASlight, Anna Sbokou
Electromechanical Study: Pagonas Kostas
Technical Supervision: Tonia Katerini, Architect & Ilias Papageorgiou, Architect
Contruction: Epikyklos Techniki Kataskevastiki
Design: 2018
Construction: 2018-2019
Photos: Giorgos Gerolympos

Rather than being concerned with achieving a certain aesthetic, the creative process behind the new space for the ‘Shedia’ street magazine was instead focused on its ability to serve as a fascinating socio-cultural catalyst.
The creative process behind the new space for the ‘Shedia’ street magazine was focused on its ability to serve as a fascinating socio-cultural catalyst.
Rather than being concerned with achieving a certain aesthetic, the creative process behind the new space for the ‘Shedia’ street magazine was instead focused on its ability to serve as a fascinating socio-cultural catalyst.
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Rather than being concerned with achieving a certain aesthetic, the creative process behind the new space for the ‘Shedia’ street magazine was instead focused on its ability to serve as a fascinating socio-cultural catalyst.