Brutalist Identity Office Designed by Georges Batzios Architects       A brutalist concrete office project in Athens, Greece, designed by local architecture firm Georges Batzios Architects. The architects brought the office back to life by repairing the damaged concrete shell and reconfiguring the internal structure. The building was built in a pine forest in the 1970s by renowned Greek architect Alexandros Tombazis. "The current owner expressed her respect for the building as a historical image of the city, in contrast to the surrounding pine forest," explained Georges Batzios, founder of the studio.Brutalist Identity Office Designed by Georges Batzios ArchitectsBrutalist Identity Office Designed by Georges Batzios ArchitectsBrutalist Identity Office Designed by Georges Batzios ArchitectsBrutalist Identity Office Designed by Georges Batzios ArchitectsBrutalist Identity Office Designed by Georges Batzios ArchitectsBrutalist Identity Office Designed by Georges Batzios ArchitectsBrutalist Identity Office Designed by Georges Batzios ArchitectsBrutalist Identity Office Designed by Georges Batzios ArchitectsBrutalist Identity Office Designed by Georges Batzios ArchitectsBrutalist Identity Office Designed by Georges Batzios ArchitectsBrutalist Identity Office Designed by Georges Batzios ArchitectsBrutalist Identity Office Designed by Georges Batzios Architects

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