Recreation building in Ierapetra, Crete

It is a building of 900 sq. m. on a very inclined piece of land of 400 sq. m. It is a building of 4 simultaneous functions (closed dance club, restaurant, piano bar, pool bar), which is divided in underground spaces and in small masses sticking out of the inclined land. Its open air space is connected to every internal use in different way, bringing into notice the different character of each one. Its height is moderate and modern aiming to attract visitors of different ages during the whole day and night. The materials used are concrete, plaster, wooden pergolas, movable and folding glass frames and marble floors. Preparatory and final study: Iason Kavallinis, Contributor: Haris Papaioannou. Date: 2000