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A photo session of TRIF's project in Greece by the recognized maitre of architectural photography Pygmalion Karatzas

One of TRIF's completed projects was published on the website of Pygmalion Karatzas, a world-renowned photographer. He captured our Greek work, a private villa in Porto Heli, Argolis.
A photo session of TRIF's project in Greece by the recognized maitre of architectural photography Pygmalion KaratzasA photo session of TRIF's project in Greece by the recognized maitre of architectural photography Pygmalion KaratzasA photo session of TRIF's project in Greece by the recognized maitre of architectural photography Pygmalion KaratzasA photo session of TRIF's project in Greece by the recognized maitre of architectural photography Pygmalion KaratzasA photo session of TRIF's project in Greece by the recognized maitre of architectural photography Pygmalion KaratzasA photo session of TRIF's project in Greece by the recognized maitre of architectural photography Pygmalion KaratzasA photo session of TRIF's project in Greece by the recognized maitre of architectural photography Pygmalion KaratzasA photo session of TRIF's project in Greece by the recognized maitre of architectural photography Pygmalion Karatzas

Pygmalion Karatzas specializes in architectural and industrial photography. A distinctive feature of his works is the long exposure. As a photographer and an architect, Pygmalion has a dual perception of the surrounding world, which allows him to creates original and unique works. His still-life and landscape shots are frequently more reminiscent of surrealistic paintings than real objects.

In this project on the Greek Riviera, our company carried out the following scope of works:

  • concept development;

  • architectural design;

  • interior design project;

  • manufacture of furniture from solid wood (by our TRIF-mebel subdivision);

  • landscape design;

  • manufacture of indoor and outdoor lighting fixtures (by our TRIF-light subdivision);

  • construction supervision.

A large glazing area was created using the unique Sky-Frame window systems. This allowed us to implement the cornerstone concept of the project: the absence of borders between interior and exterior spaces.

More than three hundred TRIF luminaires were employed in the project for illumination of the house and the adjacent area.