The neoclassical building, which is enclosed by the streets of Ethnikis Adistaeos, Vas.Georgiou A’, Makras Stoas and Ippokratous, in the port of Piraeus, is one of the most important public buildings in the area, designed by the architect Nik. Zoumboulidis, between 1927 and 1930. This is a structure that incorporates both the principles of classical standards as well as innovative construction techniques.
The architectural preliminary proposal has been prepared with the aim of making optimal use of the existing part of the property, with sustainable uses that are consistent with the historicity of the building and its role as an important landmark for the city of Piraeus and its residents, as well as the wider Attica basin. The intended functions are fully compatible with each other and follow the existing architectural structure. In accordance with the available spaces, they aim to create an ensemble that will upgrade the complex and lead to its functional and aesthetic revitalization.