klab architecture has designed mole pharmacy with a large, triangular perforated structure on its top as a reference to its location: piraeus, the largest port of greece, which connects the mainland with the islands. situated on a site formerly occupied by an old warehouse-turn-night club, the project sees the existing building completely transformed, while existing stone walls have been reinforced with a new concrete structure and a new façade has been introduced to the city.
One of the largest pharmacies in the country, klab architecture‘s mole pharmacy is designed to resemble naval formal language on both its exterior and interior façades. inside, a series of mezzanines connected to each other in different ways divide the large, open volume of the former warehouse, while a curved ramp creates a dynamic line and connects the store’s two levels. a meeting room and office, as well as storage and a unique multi-purpose space used for parties, yoga lessons, seminars, or even theatrical plays, are located on the upper levels, while the ground floor is reserved for the retail area and a small lab.