Point Supreme Architects
Point Supreme Architects was founded by Konstantinos Pantazis and Marianna Rentzou, both of whom worked extensively around Europe before setting up their studio in Rotterdam in 2007. Now back in Athens, they describe their work as the result of ’mixed references from the history of architecture, arts and graphic design, but also Greek island architecture and archetypical conditions - anonymous, spontaneous architecture that creates beautiful spaces to live in.’ Their fluent, dogma-less designs draw inspiration from disparate sources. The twin Nadja apartments in Athens take a bold, nautical approach, with forms and colours derived from ships as much as the seaside vernacular, and a bespoke interior that mixes carpentry, colour and a variety of shapes. ’We hope to keep surprising ourselves,’ they say, and the upcoming Petralona House, also in Athens, dips into Post-Modern eclecticism, a riot of forms, pattern and texture.