Eleftherios Piskitzis

Eleftherios Piskitzis architects is an architecture and design practice based in Athens, Greece. The aim of the practice is to extend the limits of architectural synthesis through the integration of art, ecology, technology experimental digital tools and advance design research. Integration attempts to gather all these into the rich complex and vital depths that architecture should be. The practice provides full architectural services from conception to completion, from residential and interiors to complex design schemes and urban design.
Square by Eleftherios Piskitzis

Eco-Tech Square by Eleftherios Piskitzis The revitalization project of the National Resistance Square, tackles the desire to reestablish the square’s character as a place of leisure and encounter that it once was. The new design shares the plot into four welcoming zones connected to one another by green and shaded alleys created in continuity to the surrounding urban network. They offer areas for cooling down, relaxing, playing and wandering, each featuring either solar electricity production, rainwater collection, waste separation, compost processing and energy sobriety.

URBAN SPACE by Eleftherios Piskitzis

FREEDOM PARK URBAN SPACE by Eleftherios Piskitzis As the aim of the project was to create a showcase for South Africa’s identity, national heritage and place of celebration, the main theme for the Freedom Park Project was to express unity in diversity, of extreme importance in present day circumstances all over the world. The spiral path of the park plays the role of unifying core for the elements that make Freedom Park an experience for reflection, self exploration and enlightenment. These elements are Freedom Park Museum, the Gathering Space, the Gardens of Rememberance and the Memorial, the Wall of Rememberance as well as a series of smaller scale “green follies” dispersed in the park. They form a so-called update version of an initiation rite in which the visitors remember and acknowledges history celebrates, and make dreams for the future. The spiral path is paved with a mixture of textures ribbed faced concrete, bricks, as well as stone in irregular patterns, but close to human scale and low-key as an intervention so as to subtly guide the visitors through the site.

Park by Eleftherios Piskitzis

CHRYSALIS PARK Park by Eleftherios Piskitzis The Chrysalis Park designed for a 1.5-mile-long elevated rail structure on Manhattan's West Side, which was constructed in the 1930s as part of one of New York City's largest investments in transportation infrastructure, called the West Side Improvement Project. No trains have run on it in over 20 years. A lush urban wilderness, nearly seven acres in total, has seeded itself on the line's tracks. A vision for a linear park above the N.Y with sustainability design considerations and various leisure activities.

Event Center by Eleftherios Piskitzis

Zenit Event Center by Eleftherios Piskitzis The idea of the space was based on nature, biomimicry used to design each space separately and all together to compose an unique system. The main goal is to protect the visitors from the local winds and orient the building in south east angle for solar design effect and sea views. It is a unique multifunctional space catering for a wide range of events such as conferences, exhibitions plus art, fashion, social, food and entertainment events. Located on the beautiful Greek Island of Mykonos in the heart of the Aegean sea, next to the legendary night club Cavo Paradiso.

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Eleftherios Piskitzis is IDC member since 2016, with 8096 IDC rating.
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