The building complex of the Greek National Radio and Television Institute will eventually house all the facilities of the organization.
The design was based on a clear recognition of the need for both segregation and interaction between individual operational units. This need, combined with the limitations imposed by the site itself and by planning and building regulations, made necessary a plan with a linear distribution of functional units but with height displacements.
The design provides for a complex with four interrelated networks of operation: administration, radio and television production facilities, and common service areas. A concert hall is also planned.
Divided into radio and television sectors, the complex has a length of 210 meters. In front of it stands a four-storey office building, having the Institute’s central administration at its center and the radio and television offices at its ends. There is direct access to the respective program production facilities. The ground floor is open.
The buildings, simple in volume and treatment, have a strong linear character. The interiors have been very carefully designed with utilization of white and multi-colored elements of pressed plastic, both for their sound properties as well as for the decoration of spaces.
Only the program production buildings have been built and are currently in operation.