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"To sense (sentir) is to have qualities"

M. Merleau-Ponty

LandmArch. is a creative practice for landscape architecture, urban planning and architecture based in Athens, Greece.

Our goal is clear. Design Sustainable and Social Cohesive Societies! We focus therefore on the importance of social sustainability by means of social interaction,  environmental protection, enhancement of the biodiversity, accessibility, walkability and inclusive economy.​​​​​​​​


In LandmArch. we design places for people and we do it with responsibility towards the environment and the society.

We believe a good design can provide spiritual, social, leisure and psychological well-being leading to life satisfaction. But most of all...



​​Embracing the use of Arts and contemporary technology, we aim to reveal a new, interactive and creative relationship between people and their environment, taking always into consideration the importance of the “genius loci". ​We explore every possible new means of communication through them in order to  perform different ways of human  perception and narration towards our surrounding world, both physical and conceptual.​​​...

...and now something you may not know...






Xenia Mastoraki: Architect & Landscape Architect​​

Graduate Architect (N.T.U.A.) and Landscape Architect (University of East London) has taken part in many International Conventions and Competitions, winning international mentions in subjects focused on Tourism, Sustainability, Design,

Walk-ability, Art, Accessibility and New Technologies.

Her work has been hosted and published by International platforms worldwide. ​Xenia has shadowed work as part of experience in the UK based landscape practice craft:pegg, which is now a fellow practice to LandmArch.

From 2018 to 2020 she has been a Senior Landscape Architect for the International leading engineering, design and consultancy company Ramboll, in Sweden.


​​Vasilis Ingvar Raptis: Architect & Urban Planner​

Graduate Architect from the National Technical University of Athens, Vasilis is mainly focused on Urban and Regional Planning, leading him to further exploration on the field through his Master Degree on Urbanism Studies by KTH Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm. ​

THE TEAM (Friends & Collaborators)​​

craft:pegg landscape architecture

Anna Ioannidou: Architect & Landscape architect 

Eirini Triantafyllou: Architect 

Christos Pampafikos: Architect 

Gelly Dimitrakopoulou: Architect 

Vita Giannini: Architect 

Sofia Poulopoulou: Lighting Designer

Antonis Manolessos: 3D designer at UCADP 

Panos Raptis: Architect

Alexandros Datsos: Landscape Architect

Katerina Psimmenou: Architect & Digital artist

Dorothea Manou: GIS consultant

Anna Maria Moschona: Architectural photographer 

Dimitris Kleanthis: Architectural photographer

Ispiretech: Engineering consultancy 

314 Architecture Studio: Architect

Luce Ataliotis: Lighting Designer

Landmark Loutridis: Surveying equipment of high-end-technology




Municipality of Korinthos

Municipality of South Kinouria

Municipality of Pafos

Municipality of Arta

Municipality of Nemea


BigSEE Interior Design & Tourism Award 2019

Tourism Awards | SILVER Award for Architecture | Athens, 2016​

Le:Notre Landscape Forum, Landscape: from Natural to Cultural | Qualified participatory project | Pafos, Cyprus, 2016​

EXPO "Agritecture & Landscape Awards" | Qualified participatory project | Teatro Agorà della Triennale di Milano, Italy, 2015

​Walk21 Vienna Stepping ahead | Qualified participatory project | Vienna, Austria, 2015​

Agro Al Ain International Exhibition for Agriculture & Landscaping 2014 | Qualified participatory project | United Arab Emirates, 2014​

8th European Landscape Biennial | Qualified participatory project | Barcelona, Spain, 2014


We are proud members of PHALA (Panhellenic Association of Landscape Architects / IFLA), AIAPP (Associazione Italiana​ Architettura Del Paesaggio / IFLA), Urban Landscape Institute / ULI, LE:NOTRE and SADAS-PEA / ACE-CAE)



Homogenous Culture and Diverse Population - The “Three Mills Green Lido Park”

March, 2020

Research Project

Globalisation and the advancement of transportation system and connectivity render our cities' population to be more diverse in ethnicity, religion, nationality, ability and thinking. As landscape spaces are usually "public" in nature, how could the planning and designing of our landscape spaces cater to these diverse demands, needs and preferences from various group of population? How can we avoid conflicts among the various group of population? How do we plan for more diversity, rather than homogenous solution due to rural-urban migration? How do we ensure the resilience of our heritage and culture?

Full project here: 



June, 2019

Delivered Project

Athens-based studio LandmArch. Architecture introduces a new hotel typology, entitled ‘ZEN MINIMAL LUXURY HOUSING’. Through this smart housing complex project and its conceptual balance between architecture, nature, mind and spirit, they bring into life the meaning of “Zen”, that of being in a total state of focus incorporating a total togetherness of body and mind, thus to say, feeling peaceful and relaxed.

Full project here: 


PEDA West Attica Headquarters , Eleusis

May, 2018

National Competition

The aim of the proposal is the design of a contemporary, functional and bio climatic public building which accommodates the Region of West Attica Headquarters, in Elefsina. The new complex upgrades the urban landscape of the area while reflecting its multi-dimensional history.

Full project here: 


The Loumaki Park

March, 2018

National Competition

The purpose of this proposal is to create a new green area in Karditsa so that it will become the new landmark destination for both residents and visitors. The connectivity of the park to the urban fabric that respects everybody, prioritizing the pedestrians, the disabled, and the bicycles is another basic element of the design, together with the use of materials and construction methods which are easily achievable and ensure the best energy efficiency, as well as the minimum need for their maintenance.

Full project here: 


L’Oréal Hellas Logistics Outdoor Areas

March, 2017

Delivered Project

In LandmArch. we are excited to have been trusted by L’Oréal Hellas S.A. to proceed to the restoration of the outdoor areas of their Logistics' center. The main request of the client has been to re-evaluate the existing planting condition and re-propose a new one, in order to maintain a friendly, "green" environment for their personnel, while at the same time reduce more than 60% the annual costs of water needs. Therefore, our practice proposed local flora in order to use natural sources for a low cost water management.

Full project here: 


Bandirma Park

January, 2016

International Competition

The goal of the new Bandirma Park is to have a strong recreational character, which will be directly linked to the site’s heritage, historical, cultural and ecological identity, an identity which will be visually enhanced and promoted in the new design.

Full project here: 


Snails Parade Athens

November, 2015

Urban Installation

In Athens, a great parade, much different from the others, has taken place. Fuchsia snails, a proper and unique artwork, each one of them carrying their own personality on their back, have filled the streets of the greek capital, in order to declare that their presence is nothing but friendly, since their intention is to sensitize people over their coexistence with every kind of urban fauna.

Full project here: 


New World Training Ground

March, 2015

Delivered Project

“New World Training Ground” is the name of the first authorized parkour training Ground in Greece, located in Neos Kosmos, Athens. Its establishment aims to provide a secure indoor area for people to learn and advance parkour techniques in a safe environment, under the constant supervision of its founder and all qualified trainers.

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Rebranding Nemea

January, 2015

Commissioned Project 

This project concerns the modernization of Nemea's basic urban structure which will play a crucial role to the connection of the city with the new Wine Museum. The relationship of the city with its ancient history and mythology, plus the famous PDO wine production "NEMEA AGIORGITIKO" are the basic lines to lead the re-branding concept of the city, in order to turn it into a new wine destination of high quality.

Full project here: 


Center of the agricultural history and the sea roads in the eastern Peloponnese -Fabrica

March, 2014

Delivered Project​

FABRICA is a pro-industrial building of a great importance for the local area during 19th and 20th century, since it was one of the first powerhouses in Greece. Supported by the Operational Programme "Competitiveness and Entrepreneurship", also co-funded by NSRF with funding body the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, FABRICA is now transformed into an exhibition hall, a "Center of the agricultural history and the sea roads in the eastern Peloponnese."

Full project here: 



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