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L. Milonas, Founder

About

Our company

Our company is the 2016 rebranding of MILONAS L. PHOENIX CONSTRUCTIONS to include new partners and extent its field of action.

1981 in Athens

The original company was founded in 1981 in Athens and it has been one of the most prominent construction companies in the area since.

Our practice employees years of experience. Our team is dedicated in the search for the best possible design solution for a given inquiry.

Our construction administration backgrounds enable us to deliver streamlined, on-time, within-budget projects.

Our services

Real Estate Development

Project Manager

Interior Design

Architectural Design

Extraordinary Design

Blog

The Most Important Thing Architects Ignore When Designing Spaces

01 August
Architects today have access to an impressive array of tools to make sure the execution of their designs goes off without a hitch. They are typically given a very specific brief by business owners and use the latest technologies, such as BIM (building information modeling), to be certain they don’t misplace a window or put electrical outlets in the wrong place.

NOHlab and Buşra Tunç Create Immersive Installation Based on Centuries-Old Architecture

20 July
As part of the Third Istanbul Biennial, NOHlab and architect Buşra Tunç collaborated with HAS Architects to create OCULUS: an experiential light and sound-based installation. The exhibit focuses on employing a historic location, the Single-Dome Hall of the historic Istanbul Imperial Arsenal, to reinterpret a spatial moment using technology and design.

Bee Breeders Announce Winners of Hong Kong Pixel Homes Competition

23 June
Bee Breeders have selected winners of the Hong Kong Pixel Homes competition, seeking to address the pressures of expanding populations and urban growth on existing housing markets. The competition asked for solutions which would reconsider our entrenched conventional forms of housing with “formal, technological, and material strategies predicated on modularity and repetition”.

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