This industrial-style contemporary home, located in the scenic Panorama, Greece, was designed by Normless Architecture Studio for a family of six. The practice played around with the aesthetic and functionality of the space, ensuring that the layout met the potential needs of the clients.
The arrangement of the property was strategic. From open-concept spaces that seamlessly facilitate a social environment to smaller privacy-oriented rooms that instill a more quiet and serene dynamic, the industrial-style contemporary home creates a harmonious relationship between both interior design and its occupants.
In addition, Normless Architecture Studio selected two of the most predominant architectural and design movements today — while the use of a "concrete-like Kourasanit material" instills an industrial vibe, the neutral color palette communicates a modern aesthetic.
Photo Credits: Giorgos Sfakianakis
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References: normless.gr & design-milk