Indicative projects that consist a sample of our work are given below:
Villa Kerylos in Beaulieu-sur-Mer is a Greek-style property built in the early 1900s by French archaeologist Theodore Reinach, and his wife Fanny Kann. Reinach admired the architecture, interior decoration and art of the ancient world and decided to recreate the atmosphere of a luxurious Greek villa in a new building.
Upon his death in 1928, Reinach bequeathed the property to the Institut de France, of which he had been a member. His children and grandchildren continued to live there until 1967, when the villa was classified as a Monument historique. It is now a museum open to the public.
House of Skorpios island
House of Skorpios island where Aristotle Onassis and Jacqueline Kennedy lived.
Jackie contacted Eleftherios Saridis who furnished the pink house of Skorpios with gorgeous handmade creations. Since then, the decorating world has a new focus: “Classical Greek".
A note signed as Jacqueline Onassis, reveals her love for home décor. It is sent to Lefteris Saridis and describes in detail the furniture she needs.
Country retreat of the late Lefteris Saridis and his wife Mika
House of Nicholas Goulandris
The summer home of Nicholas Goulandris, a ship magnate and a connoisseur of Greek antiquities, was featured in Vogue in 1963 under the title “A Lost Greek Look Retrieved”.
The interiors of Goulandris’s home fully manifested the classical sensibility that Robsjohn-Gibbings sought to revive; he considered it “the ﬁrst recreation of a ﬁfth century setting in some twentyﬁve hundred years.”
White Pentelic marble ﬂoors, bare terra-cotta colored waxed walls, walnut furniture, and an indoor marble fountain with a lion’s head spout all served as a backdrop for Goulandris’s superb collection of Mycenaean pottery and Cycladic ﬁgures.
source: Daniella Ohad Smith, Ph.D.