Located in the heart of Thessaloniki, a stone’s throw from its center, the mansion of “Megaron”, the preserved building, built by the well-known British architect Max Rubens in 1927,offers the visitor the unique experience of a “high ceiling” mansion, filled with gypsum ornamental artworks, of the interwar period. The materials, furniture and accessories that adorn the space are carefully selected to maintain the atmosphere and at the same time to offer all the modern comforts, and conveniences.
At the west end of Thessaloniki city center, Kostas and Evaggelia formed the prestigious “Megaron” in five gorgeous, fully functional studios, ready to accommodate those who want to feel the experience, living in a mansion of its time, the interwar period.
In shades of white and gray, but also with tension as the case may be, “Megaron” hosts in its rooms paintings of the owner and other well-known artists.
Carefully selected furniture and accessories so as not to alter the character of the house, offer the visitor the atmosphere of a mansion of the 1930’s and at the same time all the modern comforts of today.