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Zege architects architectural design office was founded by Tasos Zeppos and
Eleni Georgiadi in 1981. After collaborating closely for over 20 years, the two architects created Zege architects, which comprises architects, interior designers, landscape architects, draftsmen and executive employees. Several freelance professionals (civil, mechanical, lighting and acoustical engineers, agriculturalists, etc) often join Zege architects’ team to deal with the specific requirements of a project.
The wide range of Zege architects’ activities includes architectural, interior design and furnishing studies, landscape designs, tender packages-detail drawings and site monitoring. The specific natural, historical and architectural context of a project is always taken into account, resulting in constructions that respect the architectural traditions of a place, the environment and the landscape.
In constant dialogue with the client, Zege architects views the design and construction process as a whole and suggests solutions distinguished by high aesthetics, strong identity and functionality.
The special needs and requirements of the end-user are in the core of Zege architects’ philosophy and shape the way each project is conceptualised, designed and implemented. New trends and developments in contemporary architecture are creatively incorporated and innovative technologies are used to produce the company’s distinct style and fulfill people’s wishes. For Zege architects, Leonardo da Vinci’s saying “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” is the key to contemporary well-being and finds its perfect expression in their work.
Tasos Zeppos was born in Zakynthos in 1951. He graduated from the Faculty of Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Turin in 1980 and has been a member of the Technical Chamber of Greece(TEE)since1982.
Eleni Georgiadi was born in Athens in 1957. She studied Landscape Architecture at the Athenaeum Architecture School in Lausanne and graduated in 1981.

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  1. 1. HOTELS & LEISURE PRESENTATION www.zege.gr
  2. 2. Zeppos-Georgiadi & Associates architectural design office wasfounded by Tasos Zeppos and Eleni Georgiadi in 1981. After companycollaborating closely for over 20 years, the two architects createdZege S.A., which comprises architects, interior designers, profilelandscape architects, draftsmen and executive employees. Severalfreelance professionals (civil, mechanical, lighting and acousticalengineers, agriculturalists, etc) often join Zege’s team to deal withthe specific requirements of a project.The wide range of Zege’s activities includes architectural, interiordesign and furnishing studies, landscape designs, tenderpackages-detail drawings and site monitoring. The specific natural,historical and architectural context of a project is always taken intoaccount, resulting in constructions that respect the architecturaltraditions of a place, the environment and the landscape.In constant dialogue with the client, Zege views the design andconstruction process as a whole and suggests solutionsdistinguished by high aesthetics, strong identity and functionality.The special needs and requirements of the end-user are in thecore of Zege’s philosophy and shape the way each project isconceptualised, designed and implemented. New trends anddevelopments in contemporary architecture are creativelyincorporated and innovative technologies are used to produceZege’s distinct style and fulfill people’s wishes. For Zege, Leonardoda Vinci’s saying “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” is thekey to contemporary well-being and finds its perfect expression intheir work. Tassos Zeppos Eleni Georgiadi was born in Zakynthos was born in Athens in 1951. in 1957. He graduated from the She studied Landscape Faculty of Architecture at Architecture at the the Polytechnic University Athenaeum Architecture of Turin in 1980 and has School in Lausanne and been a member of the graduated in 1981. Technical Chamber of Greece (TEE) since 1982.
  3. 3. hotels & leisure presentationZege architects: Architectural – Interior – Landscape DesignJepa Ltd: Mechanical EngineeringYpsilon Ltd: Civil Engineering
  4. 4. tThe port of Thessaloniki has beengiven a new life by a 5-star hotelfor visitors that adore refinedaesthetics and contemporary art.Entirely designed by Zege, TheMet Hotel of the Chandris Group isin a dialogue with its context:wavy surfaces challenge thestandard hotel typology; the viewof the cranes in the port shapesthe experience in the rooms.White and black marble, wood andglass create elegant contrasts anddiscretely demark the differentareas in an environment that callsfor exploration.www.themethotel.grCompleted: 2010Built area: 15.000 m2Rooms: 211Awards: Best Business Hotel,Condé Nast Traveller (Greek edition),Readers’ Choice Awards 2010 THE MET HOTEL Thessaloniki
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  19. 19. tTHE MET HOTEL Thessaloniki
  20. 20. In just eight months a hotel built in the 70s wastransformed into a modern design hotel that has set newstandards of hospitality in the historical centre of Athens.Clean lines, vivid colors, top-end materials and iconicobjects give its visitors a fresh aesthetic experience, fullyjustifying its name. Freshness and total relaxation with aview of Acropolis can also be enjoyed in the pool on theroof of the hotel, adhering closely to the codes ofminimalist luxury.www.freshhotel.grCompleted: 2004Built area: 6.000 m2Rooms: 133Awards: Best Boutique Hotel ,Μember of the exclusive DesignHotels.com networkCondé Nast Traveller (Greek edition),Readers’ Choice Awards 2009 FRESH HOTEL Athens
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  27. 27. Aesthetic continuity of thespaces and the landscape, anunobstructed view to the seaand luxury in its lightest versiondistinguish the bungalows ofthe historical Astir Palace Resortafter their renovation by Zege.Simplicity, a basic element oftheir architectural identity sincethe ’60s, was kept intact, whilebeing enriched and refreshedwith natural materials anddesign objects in earthy tones.www.astir-palace.comCompleted: 2008Plot area: 192.500 m2Built area: 3.800 m2Bungalows: 77 ASTIR PALACE BUNGALOWS Vouliagmeni, Attica
  28. 28. ASTIR PALACE BUNGALOWS Vouliagmeni, Attica
  29. 29. ASTIR PALACE BUNGALOWS Vouliagmeni, Attica
  30. 30. ASTIR PALACE BUNGALOWS Vouliagmeni, Attica
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  33. 33. ASTIR PALACE BUNGALOWS Vouliagmeni, Attica
  34. 34. Zege adds the final touch to the AstirPalace Resort with a project thatsignals absolute balance betweenarchitecture and landscape.Linear forms free the volumes fromtheir aesthetic weight, limits betweenspaces are removed, the dialogue withlight and view is ongoing: The hoteland residences of Zege’s proposalseem to fly and float, releasing thesensations and offering a uniqueexperience of calmness and relaxation.Date: 2010Site area: 64.200 m2Built area: 21.835 m2Rooms: 102Residences: 27 APHRODITE HOTEL & RESIDENCES Astir Palace Resort, Vouliagmeni, Attica
  35. 35. APHRODITE HOTEL & RESIDENCESAstir Palace Resort, Vouliagmeni, Attica
  36. 36. APHRODITE HOTEL & RESIDENCESAstir Palace Resort, Vouliagmeni, Attica
  37. 37. APHRODITE HOTEL & RESIDENCESAstir Palace Resort, Vouliagmeni, Attica
  38. 38. APHRODITE HOTEL & RESIDENCESAstir Palace Resort, Vouliagmeni, Attica
  39. 39. With a capacity of 1.000 people,modern infrastructure and threeunderground parking floors totaling9.000 m2, the conference centerheightens the level of services offeredin Astir Palace Resort even further.The simple design and discrete colourcontrasts are its main characteristics,while the glass ceiling of the foyeradds to a strong impression.Date: 2009Built area: 3.000 m2 ASTIR PALACE CONFERENCE CENTER Vouliagmeni, Attica
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  42. 42. ASTIR PALACE CONFERENCE CENTER Vouliagmeni, Attica
  43. 43. ASTIR PALACE CONFERENCE CENTER Vouliagmeni, Attica
  44. 44. ASTIR PALACE CONFERENCE CENTER Vouliagmeni, Attica
  45. 45. Strict urban style and cozy corners arethe elements combined by Zege inredesigning part of the Arktika hotel – themost recognisable building of Murmansk.After many years, the old Arktika willopen its doors with a different character,hosting shops, offices and otherfunctions. Zege will transform its publicspaces such as the lobby, the bar-café,the restaurant, the conference halls, thecorridors. Arktika will assume Zege’s styleand aesthetics and is expected to becomea point of reference for the internationalcommercial world.ARKTIKA HOTEL – Murmansk, RussiaDate: 2011Built area: 27.909 m2Rooms: 191 ARKTIKA HOTEL Murmansk, Russia
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  51. 51. ARKTIKA HOTELMurmansk, Russia
  52. 52. With its special form and logic, the AlbergoMotel Riva will become a landmark in thefamous region of the Como Lake.The main building develops along thestreet and forms a crooked line: In itsparallel part, a motel with a separateentrance to each room is ideal for visitorsseeking complete privacy; in its diagonalpart, a modern hotel offers a moreconventional experience of hospitality.Also visible from the street, a secondbuilding hosts a restaurant and aconference hall. Rough concrete andcedar wood dominate the facades of thebuildings.Date: 2011Plot area: 11.200 m2Built area: 3.750 m2Rooms: 82 RIVA MOTEL Como, Italy
  53. 53. RIVA MOTEL Como, Italy
  54. 54. RIVA MOTEL Como, Italy
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  56. 56. Three tennis courts forenthusiasts of the sport,swimming and relaxation at thepool, moments of well-being atthe spa: These are the promisesgiven by Astir Palace TennisClub, offering an environment oftotal elegance and calmness.The architectural scale respectsthe landscape and inspires thevisitor, different levels followingthe earth inclination isolatenaturally the spaces.Inside them, simple lines anddiscrete colour contrasts createa zen atmosphere. Large glasssurfaces and narrow openingsallow constant contact with theexterior spaces, formedelegantly with plants, water andthe view to the sea in a leadingrole.Date: 2009Site area: 4.500 m2Built area: 700 m2 ASTIR PALACE CLUB - TENNIS & SPA Vouliagmeni, Attica
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  61. 61. ASTIR PALACE CLUB - TENNIS & SPA Vouliagmeni, Attica
  62. 62. The form of the aquarium is inspiredby the structure of cells, with irregularshapes that create a feelingof continuous transformation.A ramp connects the two buildings tothe surrounding space like a tissue,unifying the main components ofthe design into a fluid whole.Covered in panels of ice-whitetitanium and with narrow openingslike slots, the building looksimpenetrable and imposing as acave, stimulating visitors’ curiosityand feeling of adventure.Conceptual design: 2010Built area: 8.400 m2 ATTICA PARK AQUARIUM Spata, Athens Suburbs
  63. 63. ATTICA PARK AQUARIUM Spata, Athens Suburbs
  64. 64. The competition required a newspace for cultural events,designed to sit in harmonywith the natural surroundinglandscape and destined todraw hundreds of visitors.The building is divided bya stained-glass atrium on theentry and circulation axis, lettingnatural light in the heart ofthe interior as well as capturingheat in the pale sunshine hours.The enclosed event spaceemerges from the natural slopeand floats on a water bed, startinga subtle play of texture and lightreflections on its façade.Design competition: 2009Built area: 5.800 m2 CULTURAL CENTER Kavouri, Athens Suburbs
  65. 65. CULTURAL CENTERKavouri, Athens Suburbs
  66. 66. The proposed scheme is inspired bythe sound funnel and the transmittingof sound waves.The building sits on the site likea prism, absorbing the forest, the seaand the city sounds. Resemblinga spatial and acoustic installation,This music hotel captivates andtransforms everyday life intoa musical experience. It works asa device, absorbing information andexperience that are located in thesurrounding environment, capturingemotions that are choreographed andagain resent.The proposed scheme for HotelLiesma is a building complex thatis divided in three separate volumes.Design competition: 2011Site area: 15.042 m2Built area: 4.500 m2 HOTEL LIESMA – “THE SOUND OF FUNNELS” Jurmala, Latvia
  67. 67. HOTEL LIESMA – “THE SOUND OF FUNNELS” Jurmala, Latvia
  68. 68. HOTEL LIESMA – “THE SOUND OF FUNNELS” Jurmala, Latvia
  69. 69. 6 Likiou str, Athens 106 74, Greece Tel. +30 210 721 4706 Fax. +30 210 721 3350 e-mail. zege@zege.gr www.zege.grwww.facebook.com/zegearchitects

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