Xenofon Hector Grigorelis Asa Sideboard
Asa Sideboard is Bronze Design Award winner in 2016 - 2017 Furniture Design Award Category.
Asa Sideboard

This project was inspired from a traditional folklore decorative scripture. It is presented with a combination of red, blue, blue-black ,green, oil and khaki colors. It is thought to be used as a sideboard as well as a decorative object both in modern and classic houses. It tries to marry tradition with modern life. It shows the way to remember the roots but also look into future. It shows the transformation from something old into something new. Simplicity with a hint of elegance.

Asa Sideboard
Xenofon Hector Grigorelis Asa
Xenofon Hector Grigorelis Sideboard
Xenofon Hector Grigorelis design
Xenofon Hector Grigorelis design

Grigorelis Xenofon-Hector was born in Thessaloniki where he continues to work and live, up until now. He completed his studies on interior design and he started experimenting on wood constructions. His first projects were based on design and production of pieces for commercial use as well as unique, one- of- pieces. His main goal was to combine aesthetics and workability in an interesting conjunction. After many years of experience designing, interior decorating and creating both houses and commercial shops, he decides to follow his restless needs and culture his artistic views and ideas in order to produce his own projects. He also taught at the Greek public technical school for a year, graphic design, were he challenged himself in getting close with the upcoming designers. In 2014 he decides to participate in International Design Competitions, were he is awarded with the Bronze Award in A Design Competition and with the Silver Award in 2015-2016 in Italy. The designer’s perspective is that modern personalities should adopt aesthetics, architecture and internal decoration in their everyday life. All new means of high technology such as computers and mobile phones are piece for the pictures we face every moment throughout our day. Elegance should be recognised and not be considered as inaccessible luxury. Since 2012 , he redefined his priorities as a productive designer and set new goals in the area of presenting new forms in designing and producing elegant objects of everyday’s life. The main challenge now is to make our space exquisite and impressive. He seems to be immediately recognized both from the industry as well as from the people that follow him.