The Makedonia Palace lobby has been completely renovated, both functionally and aesthetically in order to align with the new enhanced provision of communal ground floor spaces.
Makedonia Palace’s character is evident from the very first step you’ll take inside. A lobby “clean” of design noise allows its dominant elements to “speak” to the visitor.
Marble is present, as a reference to the historical and cultural continuity of this place, through a duo of shades: the white of Dionysus and the black of Melissochori, so far away and yet so close to each other, in a composition influenced by the leading artist Yannis Moralis with a clear geometric character. The glass guides the light through refraction and reflection. And, of course, the touches of copper in small but subtle details.