The penthouse is spread across the two upper floors. “In the heart of busy Athens, the space is cool and calm,” Trotter continues. The lower floor hosts a large living and dining area, with an artisan kitchen and Charlotte Perriand chairs. On this floor, a study room also features, complete with a daybed that doubles as a second bedroom if needed. On the upper floor is the main bedroom and bathroom, with huge windows and a small terrace. Despite their different functions, both areas of the building feature a muted color palette saturated in shades of beige, white, and brown, with raw textured walls softened by linen curtains, sofas, and antiques. “It is a haven of peace and tranquility, and gives an amazing experience of relaxing or working with views of the Acropolis,” Trotter concludes.