Daphné Keraudren is a French-Greek architect, trained in Switzerland, Paris and Amsterdam. She is currently based in Brussels and collaborates with AteliersJ&J. She works as a freelance-architect for private clients and as a designer of metal hung seating structures.


série 01 - Athens

This project aims to explore the city of Athens as a field research about public space and greek vernacular architecture. This metal structure enables a new point of view for the pedestrian on the neighborhood and the abandonned Larissa train station, formally connecting Athens to Pireus and the Peloponnese.

It still stands today, without the ladder.

As it stands today, three years later..