Normless studio is where architectural design meet customized construction. Based in Thessaloniki, a team of architects and creative constructors undertake the design of any small- or large-scale project that is completely tailored to the needs and requirements of each user. From visionary architecture to detailed design pieces, the purpose of our work is to create a unique aesthetic that is both bespoke and functional.
Mitropoleos 100 – Thessaloniki
+30 2310 238499 – email@example.com
In 2020, the project ‘Ficurini Concept Store’ has been nominated and received a Special Mention Award in the category “Excellent Architecture – Retail Architecture” for the German Design Awards 2021. The German Design Award is one of the most renowned design awards worldwide and enjoys an excellent reputation far beyond circles of experts.The award will be presented in a fitting setting at the award ceremony in February 2021.
In 2019, the project ‘Ficurini Concept Store’ has been awarded in the category “Retail” for the BIG SEE INTERIOR DESIGN AWARD 2019. The project has also been nominated for the best project (Grand Prix) in the category ‘RETAIL’. The awarded project have been exhibited at the Big SEE Exhibtion as a part of the Big Architecture and Month of Design festivals and presented on bigsee.eu website, social and printed media.
In 2019, the project ‘5 Grains Coffee & Nuts‘ has been selected for the BIG SEE WOOD AWARD 2019. The project has also been nominated for the best project (Grand Prix) in the category ‘INTERIOR AND FURNITURE’. The awarded project have been exhibited at the Big SEE Exhibtion on thefestival Wood Icon as a part of the Month of Design and presented on bigsee.eu website, social and printed media.
In 2019, Normless Architecture Studio has been awarded the title “Most Outstanding in Commercial Architecture 2019” in BUILD’s 2019 Design & Build Awards
In 2010, Sandra Kalliagra participated as part of the Design Team in the European Research Program “PROSPELASIS of the Byzantine Monuments of Thessaloniki”. The UIA Work Programme (International Union of Archtects) awarded the Design Team for the Rotunda Pedestrian Bridge. This was an international award to recognize constructions uniting architectural quality and accessibility. Part of the prize also recognizes architects whose research has contributed to promote and advance the theory and practice of universal design. The results were announced in Durban at the Awards Ceremony, which took place on 6 August 2014 during the Congress of the International Union of Architects.