In ancient Greek and Roman cities, whole blocks of housing were built up to five or six stories high. Businesses fronted the streets, behind which were first-floor large houses. Apartments, without plumbing or heat, filled the upper floors. Without water available above the ground floors, fire was a constant worry. #ancientgreekarchitecture
Functionalist villa in Stockholm featured in Residence Magazine: Teak and seagrass dining chairs by Peter Hvidt (Denmark, Svenskt Tenn cabinet model by Josef Frank and a tripod ceiling lamp by Serge Mouille (originally.