welcome to makeWorkshop.eu.

makeWorkshop is the studio where architects – makers Alexander Papadias and Anna-Christina Fractopoulou design, prototype and test their personal design products. makeworkshop.eu is not just a design shop but rather a direct selling point for the objects that evolve  into commercial projects and make it to production.

Two new products this month…The Ding Dong doorbell in laminated oak and teak wood:

ding dong oak

and our new MATRIX house numbers.

MATRIX numbers are like a game allowing you to form not only ALL numbers and letters

in any alphabet but also symbols etc. Available in concrete with anodized aluminium pegs and soon in wood as well.

house number one

You can purchase all our architectural hardware products from our Athens distributor @ Vissis 10 store.

Feel free to browse…


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12 thoughts on “home

  1. Έξοχα +, καλές δουλειές! Μεταξύ άλλων και οι αναστηλωτές θα σας προτιμήσουν!

  2. Η αισθητική των αντικειμένων που σχεδιάσατε, ως αρχιτέκτονες, σε συνάρτηση με την ύλη που χρησιμοποιείτε (υλικό κατ’ εξοχήν για γλυπτά), έχουν παραγάγει χειρολαβές – έργα τέχνης.
    Εύχομαι Καλή Επιτυχία και στην εμπορία τους. Να αποταθείτε σε ανεγνωρισμένα αρχιτεκτονικά γραφεία του εξωτερικού.

  3. Beauitful hardware I am very impressed. I think these will have a lot of success if marketed correctly specifically in highend residential and hospitality. Consider reaching out to the higher end market to get your products put into some projects for some great marketing shots.

  4. I am very happy that I’ve discovered at this time (Wednesday) this nice weblog about pulls direct and door hardware, even though not printed these days your weblog seems up to date, thanks.

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