This project concerns a typical apartment of an apartment building of the 60s, in the centre of Thessaloniki. In this design, the minimum possible setbacks were made in order not to change the position of the main spaces and to unify the living area along the length of the apartment. In this way, a bright, airy, airy and brightly lit perimeter zone is achieved throughout the day. The other spaces, the rooms and the bathroom, remain in the second longitudinal zone formed.

The design of the furniture has played an important role in delineating both the functions and in unifying the living, dining and kitchen areas, acting as a filter where necessary. A key premise in the design was a minimalist approach to the spaces, to create a calm environment for the user through clean and simple forms. The choice of the combination of white with oak, combined with the design approach of the furniture, where oak is used as a frame holding white volumes, conveys a unified design approach and a warm atmosphere in the residence, enhanced by the wooden flooring.

As for the children’s bedroom, the proposal is for a room for two children, with a variation in the construction of the bunk bed, where the sleeping area is placed in the lower part and an additional play area is created in the upper part, in the form of a tunnel. The design has been approached in a child-centered way, fostering the development of gross motor skills, a sense of discovery, adventure and privacy. The office furniture has been approached by design as a single form, where the chairs are part of it and the child is put into a process of play in order to discover them. Their design has been done in such a way that they have storage space in their seat. The tones remain warm, trying to have a unified treatment with the rest of the apartment.