Greece is a multi-cultural country, and the capital Athens is constantly attracting new residents. With the expansion of the city, the existing land has been encroached upon by private space, which directly leads to the lack of urban public space, thus hindering cultural and political communication. As an important part of urban public space, cultural architecture should be paid more attention.
The building should not only exist as a container of the city, it also should be a more free and open place, in which the paths are interwoven to form a dynamic people flow, and the function is reasonable and orderly without losing its flexibility and diversity. The building will finally become contiguous in space and suitable for any use.
At this point, the building is no longer an object with an absolute shell and a simple space, but a carrier of urban public space that blurs the boundary and full of possibilities. When people no longer enter it purposefully, architecture will be integrated into life, and then culture and art will enter the general public.