Premises


Building details


Ground Floor:

1. Nikephoros Lytras hall (main conference room):

  • Capacity of 200 in theatre style seating (165 m2)
  • Full audiovisual equipment available for conferences and other venues
  • Projection screens (350×350 cm and 540×300 cm)
  • Sound coverage for conferences, presentations and lectures (stands, speakers)
  • Stage, podium and tables for lecturers
  • Simultaneous translation booths for three languages, with visual contact to the hall

2. Cafe:

  • (60 m2 with an additional 30m2 mezzanine) available for venues taking place within the building

3. Lounge:

  • (40 m2) adjacent to the Foundation’s shop

4. Administrative offices

5. Outdoor yard :

  • (115 m2) available for breaks during conferences.

1st floor:

1. George Vitalis hall:

  • Capacity of 80 in theatre style seating (75 m2)
  • Full audiovisual equipment

2. Lazarus Sohos hall:

  • Capacity of 80 in theatre style seating (75 m2)
  • Full audiovisual equipment

The two halls can merge to cover the needs of a 180-person conference. They are also connected with the main conference hall through a bidirectional intercommunication system (sound, visual and translation), serving as its upper galleries for the needs of 350-person conferences.

3. Lounge:

  • (55 m2)

4. Demetrius Philippotis hall:

  • Capacity of 60 in theatre style seating (60 m2).
  • Full audiovisual equipment

An independent, fully equipped office (5) (15 m2) is available to meet the needs of conferences and seminaries. The Foundation’s Internet room (6) and its Library (7), including books and journals referring to Tinos, the Cyclades and Arts are located on the same floor.

2nd floor:


1. Nikolaos Gyzis Exhibition hall:

  • Exhibition hall intended for temporary exhibitions (190 m2), with two secretarial offices and a storage area (2) (50 m2 altogether)

3. Lobby :

  • At the entrance (50 m2)

4. Yanoulis Chalepas hall :

  • (160 m2) This hall hosts the Foundation’s permanent exhibition, which was inaugurated by the President of the Hellenic Republic in 2005. It features sculptures and drawings from all three of Chalepas’ creative periods.