Fluo, Architecture and design studio was asked to design an office combo, located in a building overlooking Panepistimiou str. in Athens, aiming to create an open-plan workspace driven by mid-century aesthetics, a sophisticated space with luxurious and elitist interiors.
“Our central idea for Fika was inspired by the Scandinavian graphic design, with its simple yet sophisticated style. The space functioned as a white canvas where clean straightforward colorful lines give the sense that the walls are part of a poster.“
HEV•Flooring around by Fluo wins in the BIG SEE INTERIOR DESIGN AWARD 2019. Fluo’s goal was to redesign the upper floor of the building in order to have a dual use: bar and breakfast room. Marble that has been perpetually connected with the long history of the city was one of the main architectural materials. Combined with other elements, such as extravagant tiles and wooden planks, the floor creates a patchwork of materials that segment the area in diverse triangular shapes.
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The Swedish bakery Kanel, by Fluo architecture and design studio, brings traditional baked goods to the Greek coast complete with Scandinavian interior design, earth tones and neon signs.
Athens-based design studio Fluo has redesigned the top floor of a 1970s hotel building to create a light-filled bar and breakfast room with warm tones and blush pink colours.
Fillis House is a boutique hotel situated in the captivating village of Vourvourou, in the peninsula of Sithonia, Halkidiki. The remarkable scenery of the area and the amazing beaches of the coastline are a magnet for tourists from all over the world.
Architecture and design studio Fluo recently completed a new family-owned Swedish konditori (bakery) in Thessaloniki, Greece. After years living in Sweden, the owners returned with a traditional Swedish recipe for kanelbullar (cinnamon rolls) in hand, inspiring the opening of Kanel.
“Evripidis” hotel is located in the heart of Athens and housed in a 70’s building with references in the modernist era. The bonds between ancient and modern are there prominent by default – like in the rest of Athens. The direct view to the Sacred Rock of the Acropolis is a testimony of the past being present to our future.