This apartment building at Alimos, South Attica, consists of two “wings”. These are connected with each other with bridges, each one starting from the stairwell of the western wing that provides access to four apartments, ending up on the eastern wing and the entrance to the three bedroom flats. Each bridge has shutters on both sides that change position according to the user’s needs, usually depending on weather conditions and visibility. Moreover, the building has a basement with fourteen parking spaces as well as a pilotis on the ground floor with two additional closed parking spaces.
Photos: Kleanthis Dimitris