Korydallos City Hall

  • 2015 Domes Awards Leading Work for "Best Built Work of the Years 2010-2014"
  • National Architectural Competition 1st Prize

The design of the City Hall of Korydallos Municipality aimed to investigate an alternative narrative on the experiential relationship between the public building and the citizen. The 6.200 m2 building is “H” shaped and seems to be “floating” over the urban space, while at its edges it coincides with the boundaries of the block. On the south side, it creates a large square towards the entrance where the outdoor activities are taking place. The opening of the City Hall towards the outdoor area challenges a new interpretation of the building and its relationship with the urban space while extending the life out of the public building.

Client: Municipality of Korydallos | K. Patidis S.A.
Location: Korydallos, Athens, Greece
Photographs: Charalambos Louizidis

Design: 2006-2009
Construction: 2010-2013
Area: 6.200 m2

The design of the City Hall of Korydallos Municipality aimed to investigate an alternative narrative on the experiential relationship between the public building and the citizen.
Korydallos City Hall
The design of the City Hall of Korydallos Municipality aimed to investigate an alternative narrative on the experiential relationship between the public building and the citizen.
The design of the City Hall of Korydallos Municipality aimed to investigate an alternative narrative on the experiential relationship between the public building and the citizen.
Korydallos, City_Hall, Potiropoulos+Partners
The design of the City Hall of Korydallos Municipality aimed to investigate an alternative narrative on the experiential relationship between the public building and the citizen.