The apartment is situated in Asklipiou Street and it is a part of the Athenian Historic Center. The view from the main balcony overlooks the neoclassical Athenian Trilogy. The deep historical memory of the interwar apartment’s integration area, lies in the inherent spirit of the diverse heirlooms that dominate it and in the architectural details of the apartment’s original form. The preservation of the architectural integrity of the dwelling has been crucial. At the same time, the new inhabitants were also in need of a new contemporary yet timeless spirit, so that they can create new living experiences, rooted in their past but overlooking their present everyday life. The renovated apartment celebrates the client’s personal love of vintage art, colors, books and sculpturality. The valuable artworks, the large number of books and the antique furniture, which were passed down from generation to generation in the family, constitute a monumental character, which played a key role in every design decision about the new spatial elements: the new forms are complementing and enhancing the existing heirlooms in a dialectical relationship without competitive imprint. The interior remains true to our belief in mixing areas and materialities, bringing together a genogramatic seamless stream of narratives. The bold colors – different shades of blue and rosy coral - liven up small spaces and the combination of different materials stand out as synthetic tools, that create the atmosphere in each redesigned space. Raw and refined materials create an effortless yet strong identity.