Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterPin on PinterestGoogle+

An old glass factory in the area of Rouf, opposite the rail way tracks, in Athens was refurbished and converted into Prosopa Restaurant. The design of Proposa was inspired by the faces of the city users. The graphic design on the walls with messages and symbols create a link between the interior/ exterior spaces of the restaurant and the customers’. The restaurant is divided into two double height spaces with industrial windows and unique views of the city. The Bar, which is the heart of the restaurant, is positioned in the main space of the restaurant. The customer has direct views of the rail way through two big industrial windows. The secondary space is on the back of the restaurant with views towards Great Vasilios church. The two spaces are connected through a corridor with exposed brickwork which pro-existed. The design style of the restaurant is harmoniously balanced with the artistic style of the area and the costumers. A selection of furnitures by Magis, Massproductions and light fittings by Moooi blend nicely with the main materials of the interiors such as timber, metal and concrete.

Type
Restaurant
Location
Kerameikos
Year
2009
Area
160 sqm
Graphic Design
Manolis Angelakis
Photos
Vangelis Paterakis
Prosopa Restaurant
Prosopa Restaurant
Prosopa Restaurant
Prosopa Restaurant
Prosopa Restaurant
Prosopa Restaurant
Prosopa Restaurant
Prosopa Restaurant
Prosopa Restaurant
Prosopa Restaurant
Prosopa Restaurant
Prosopa Restaurant
Prosopa Restaurant
Prosopa Restaurant
Prosopa Restaurant
Prosopa Restaurant