The origins of the building go back to the beginnings of the 20th century. It is a neoclassical building that was originally used as a residence. Its restoration was based on the reinforcement of the perimetrical stonework. The wooden roof was reconstructed, while the old byzantine roof tiles were maintained and reused along with the internal wooden floors of the building.
The final result is a creative space that successfully combines modern characteristics with old features and it encapsulates its history while it is transformed to be used as an architectural office and thus to serve the needs of the current user.