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Location: Patra Greece

Architect: Konstantin Thorvald Barlas

Gross surface: 1135 sq.m.

Plot surface: 1420 sq.m.

Client: Lepidas Developer

Design date: 2010

Completion date: 2012

Photography: Pygmalion Karatzas

The office was created through the integration of two adjacent apartments. The layout of the office follows a logical flow, starting with the entrance area, leading to the reception and waiting room, and further extending to the office and examination room. Notably, there is a distinct separation between the waiting room and the examination room, ensuring privacy and comfort for patients during their visit.


In designing the office space, we aimed to establish a sense of unity between the office area and the examination room. To achieve this, we incorporated subtly tinted glass partitions that serve two purposes. Firstly, they provide necessary divisions and isolated areas within the office, ensuring functional efficiency. Secondly, these partitions contribute to a cohesive and unified ambiance throughout the space, promoting a harmonious environment for both staff and visitors.

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