Renovation of the Greek embassy in Rome that aims to the completion of the buildings historical physiognomy.

Located across the Borghese Park, this historical building that hosts the Greek embassy, built in 1880, is known as Villa Sabatini.
The building is fully renovated. Basic works concern the mechanical systems, the exterior elevations, the roof insulation, the interior spaces and the outdoor space.
Consideration is given to materials technology. Ecological materials of the local market compatible with the excising are introduced.
The whole restoration respects the building’s historical presence. It aims to the completion of the buildings physiognomy, according to research.