The apartment is located on the second floor of a seven-story building which is part of a much larger residential project designed in the 70s. The location of the plot offered a panoramic view of the entire city while at the same time the environment created the feeling of the countryside. The complex consists of three seven-story buildings and three groups of two-story detached houses. Τhe renovated apartment should meet the needs and requirements of a family of five. The layout of private spaces was determined by the need not only of the parents but also of each child to have their own room. Α piece of the large living room was sacrificed in order to enlarge the third room and create a laundry room as well. The more spacious third room has been divided in two by a light partition in order to provide privacy for the two girls who would share the room. According to the clients’ brief, we were looking for an overall dark aesthetic, with the complementary use of warm materials, like the dark hardwood on the floor, which creates a cozy feeling in the living room and hallway. The kitchen, on the other hand, should be very bright and the owners specifically requested the incorporation of white marble as the major material. Moving into the private areas, the small bathroom and the master bedroom should follow the dark grey aesthetic whereas the kids’ rooms and the master bathroom should be bright and playful. The boy’s room (10 years old) has a sporty and street vibe while the girls’ (ages 12 and 6) shared room separation is highlighted not only by the semi-transparent sliding doors but also by the use of color. Pink prevails in the little girl’s room, while on the older girl’s side white and grey give a calmer and neutral feeling.