Aristotelous Plaza was re-designed by the French Architect Ernerst Hebrard after the big fire in 1917 and was completed in 1950s.
Eurotravertine and Evenos (Edessa) black, both quarry owned materials were selected in the renovation of the square in the end of 1990s to offer to the landscape of the square its preserved natural feeling within the city center boundaries.
This awarded iconic scheme by Mossessian & Partners, was their first construction upon founding their practice. The main lobby consists of Pietra Serena stone flooring and Black of Edessa (Evenos)...VIEW THIS PROJECT
The highly acknowledged New Acropolis Museum designed by Bernard Tschumi's architectural team applied our owned quarry Black Edessa (Evenos) marble in the circulation pathways of the visitors as well ...VIEW THIS PROJECT
The client and its architectural team for this private luxurious residence in the region of Northern Greece selected a classic interior black and white under-heated marble design using Greek natural s...VIEW THIS PROJECT