It is an office building in the center of Athens, on Syngrou Avenue, which is renovated, strengthened and architecturally redesigned to be converted into a hotel.
It consists of a basement, ground floor, 6 floors and a roof and is built in the 1970s from reinforced concrete.
The method applied for the strengthening is fully integrated into the architectural interventions, which provide for the creation of a second lift and an escape staircase.
In particular, the existing core “hosting” a stairway and elevator with access to all floors is strengthened on all floors and at the same time two new L-shaped corner walls are added to the other side of the building in place of the new lift.
It also reinforces the framework that supports the building in the parapet gallery, which is located on the facade of the building.