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Interior designer and architect Alessia Demetz is founder and CEO at Alesya de Monaco – a new private membership club where high-valued individuals have access to the most exclusive private collections beloved by royalty.
As part of the celebrations of 200 years of Greek Independence, from March 13 until April 3 2022, St. Basil’s NSW/ACT will be hosting an ‘1821 Greek Art Exhibition’ in Australia at Sydney Town Hall, featuring authentic and rare exhibits from the Greek War Museum and traditional Greek costumes from the collection ‘Heroes Made of Metal’ by the internationally renowned sculptor Nikos Floros.
French fashion house Dior has promoted the surreal beauty of Milos with a recent photoshoot and correlating video, captured on the Greek island as part of the presentation of its Grecian Cruise Collection 2022.
The historic Academy of Athens, one of the capital’s most recognisable landmarks, will become a leading zero energy building by tapping heat 100 meters below the surface of the earth.
On the Greek island of Rhodes, the largest and best known of the Dodecanese islands, English design magnate Jasper Conran has transformed two ancient sea captains’ abodes into one heavenly retreat.
Best known for his politically and emotionally charged, large-scale drawings of children that he wheatpastes on various public buildings throughout Athens, Greek City Times speaks to New York Times featured artist STMTS about his artistic vision, his perspectives as a Greek artist and where he stands on the graffiti vs street art debate.
Inspire Athens will construct Greece’s first Integrated Resort and Casino (IRC), as part of the pioneering multi-billion 6,200,000 square metre development, Hellinikon project.
With a volcanic black sandy beach on its doorstep, Hilton’s Sea Breeze Luxury Resort is soon to be among the few luxurious 5-star properties on arguably Greece’s most famous island of Santorini – an island instantly recognisable for its picturesque cliffs adorned by whitewashed, blue-accented, cube-shaped buildings and the tangerine sunsets that light up both sky and sea.
The tiny village of Volax rests upon an otherworldly, lunarlike landscape that looks as though it has been pelted with giant, spherical boulders. This unique extraterrestrial surround was appreciated more than 2,000 years ago by the village’s first inhabitants who, inspired by nature, made good use of the phenomenon, building their homes around, between and into the rocks.