Museum of Byzantine Culture, Thessaloniki
AWARD FOR ARCHITECTURAL AND ENGINEER PROPOSAL

The first award was given to the architectural proposal of the architect and partner of “YPSILON” Kyriakos Krokos and the static proposal of “YPSILON”.

The architectural study that  was implemented was prepared by the architect and partner of “YPSILON”  Kyriakos Krokos.

The Museum is build on a 15.439 square meters plot of and the building itself covers a surface of 5.371,27 square meters. The total space of the museum covers 11.500 square meters, of which 2.726,52 are for the permanent exhibition and the rest for storing spaces, conservation workshops, administration offices and other auxiliary spaces. The Museum has an independent wing of 4211,44 square meters for temporary exhibitions, a space dedicated to educational activities, an amphitheater of 62 seats and a cafe-restaurant. In the administration building there is a bigger amphitheater of 167 seats.