The Historical Listed National Landmark building at 35 Anagnostopoulou Street, in Kolonaki, dates back to the inter-war years (1923-1939) and is the work of the architect Vassilis Tsagris.
It is a four-storey building with unique architectural and morphological features, combining sophisticated geometry with a distinct decorative style. It is among the "eclectic monuments" of its era with significant history. According to Monumenta, the renown author Nikos Kazantzakis lived there.
The National Landmark has a total area of 802 sq.m. including a basement, ground floor, three storeys, an attic and three terraces with views to the Acropolis and the Lycabettus.
Architect Alexandros C. Samaras and his associates, restored and refurbished the Landmark, respecting its architectural character, while at the same time, infusing building with a functional, flexible and contemporary outlook.
The property passed to the ownership of the Greek Public Sector in 1961, hosting various state organizations. It was acquired by "Dimand S.A." in 2014.
During the restoration, ceiling and wall paintings were revealed, unveiling and highlighting their aesthetic beauty.