Ethnegersia square and the Fallen Pantheon in Aegina is the first place that someone meets as it lands on the island. The redevelopment proposal is governed by a spirit of coexistence of monumental and urban space and expressed on the one hand with the restoration of the physiognomy of the square, taking into account the roles which it is called upon to play as main square, as a monumental outdoor space, but also the center of urban transport of the island. Our intention was the square to constitute a lively comprehensive urban space and reference point of the city. In the Panhellenic architectural contest, held in 1986, for the total renovation of the square and the surrounding looks, the office won the first prize.
LOCATION: Aegina, Greece
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT: LANDSCAPE ROIDIS – Haris Roidis Landscape Architect
SCOPE: Concept Design, Master Plan, Detailed Design, BoQ
AREA: 1,5 acres
YEAR OF DESIGN: 1987
PHOTOGRAPHS: Haris Roidis
PRIZE: 1st Prize