The case study refers to a typical double residency of the late 60's in Volos city centre. This typology's characteristics are low building heighs and modern forms but still affected by the folk architecture of the postwar era. Buildings are formed in an honest manner in terms of geometry and materiality and for that reason half a century later their aesthetic value remains high.
The restoration of the facades follows a number of additions such as a metallic balcony with a shelter, smaller window shelters and a few more architectural elements that complete the synthesis. The objectives set by the architects and the lord of the building were the harmonization with the contemporary urban surroundings and the interior redesign for an easy modern living.