Pergolas in Naxos island


Pergolas with hidden fixings in Naxos

Naxos Island, known for its breathtaking landscapes and rich cultural heritage, has become the backdrop for assiourasbros’ latest project, showcasing the company’s expertise in crafting exceptional shading solutions. With an unwavering commitment to quality and aesthetics, assiourasbros has successfully completed the installation of seven impressive pergolas, in the project designed by GFRA architecs.

Timber from laminated Premium Pine and Greek cane: A harmonious combination
For the project on the island of Naxos, laminated Premium pine timber, known for its durability and natural beauty was choosen. The warm tones of the timber and subtle grain patterns perfectly complement the serene environment of the island, making it the ideal choice for this project.

We installed Greek cane as a shading material. This material not only adds a touch of authenticity, but also creates an exciting interplay of light and shade, allowing users to experience the enchanting atmosphere of the island of Naxos in a comfortable and elegant environment.

Hidden connections and supports: A combination of safety and aesthetics

The safety of our constructions is of paramount importance to us. In line with our commitment to excellence, we have used hidden wood connections and supports for the pergolas on the island of Naxos. In this way, we achieve stylish connections and absolute safety. On a Cycladic island, with strong winds, it is the only appropriate way for connections and supports for wooden beams and posts.

Highlighting craftsmanship and attention to detail

The Naxos project is a testament to assiourasbros’ dedication to craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail. Our skilled craftsmen carefully constructed each pergola and brought their expertise and passion to every stage of the construction process. From the precise carpentry to the seamless integration of materials, every aspect of the project showcases our commitment to excellence.

Location: Naxos island
Architects: GFRA architects
Photographers: Panagiotis Voumvakis
Status: Finished, 2022