Amalias 36 is a beautiful neoclassical building on Amalias Avenue, just a stone's throw from the main square of Athens. The building was built in 1927 by the Lykiardopoulos family and was used as a family home. After a long period of closure during which the building was neglected, the owners have undertaken an extensive renovation program. As a result, the Ground, First and Second Floors are ready for use, and the renovation continues on the other floors.
This venue can host a wide variety of events, such as early afternoon parties, receptions, art exhibitions, corporate events, conventions, product presentations and more.