An outstanding building, set in the heart of old Athens, on the corner of 61 Aharnon str with 40 Feron str, construction year 1921, ex-owner Goulandri family.
It has unique fortress architectural features while renaissance and spanish-arabic "prototypes" influences are traced on the decor.
Built on a site of m2 426,54, it is arranged over three levels (lower ground floor, raised ground floor, 1st floor) of m2 254,54 each ,and a rooftop of m2 85,60.
The interior has been reinforced, and a new concrete structural frame has been constructed.
All levels are free of supporting columns.
Elevations are fully restored.
There is a courtyard of m2 172,00 which alternatively can be used as a parking area.
Elevation of Aharnon
Elevation of  Feron
Floor plan of lower floor
Floor plan of ground floor
Floor plan of 1st floor
Floor plan of rooftop


          Thanasis Vytiniotis
          Civil engineer
          Eleni Markovitsi
          Architect engineer

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