Point Supreme Architects uses colour to define different functions in Athens apartment

A previously hidden central lightwell funnels light into this formerly dark and enclosed apartment in Athens designed by local architects Point Supreme Architects.

Located in the centre of the city on the sixth floor of a 1980s Athenian polykatoikia — a concrete residential block made up of family apartments with tiered balconies — the two-bedroom Trikoui apartment is owned by a young couple.

A storage wall made from stained green plywood runs along one side of the apartment

Previously, the apartment was small and cramped with small rooms and corridors, and natural light and views outside were very limited. The

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