One of TRIF's finished projects has sparked the attention of the world-famous photographer Pygmalion Karatzas. What got caught in the lens of this recognized maitre of architectural photography was our Greek work: a villa at the popular Greek resort of Porto Heli.

Within this project, the Russian company TRIF carried out the following scope of works:

- development of the project concept;
- architectural design;
- development of the interior design project;
- manufacture of the furniture from solid wood;
- development of the landscape design;
- manufacture of the indoor and outdoor lighting fixtures (by our TRIF LIGHT subdivision);
- construction supervision.

Using the unique SKY-FRAME sliding window that basically replaces the facade wall, we were able to bring to life the main concept of the project: eliminating the border between the exterior areas and the interior spaces.

For this project, TRIF-MEBEL designed and manufactured furniture items from solid natural wood: oak and walnut (the VILLA series). All products were made to custom dimensions, taking into account the interior design style and the scale of the space.

The living room furniture creates a harmonious ensemble that fits perfectly into the space of the house where all the walls are finished with locally produced marble. Combined with the warm lighting, the noble shades of marble and the natural wood color make the interior comfy and cozy.

The project employed elegant overhung tables, beds with tall headboards, coffee tables and massive dining tables with wide legs. Made of noble wood species, the VILLA furniture places an excellent emphasis on the villa's laconic and luxurious style.

The full photo session of the TRIF-Greece-Porto Heli project is available on Pygmalion Karatzas' official website.