Forget Me Not Athens
Located in the building where Greek hero of the Revolution Theodoros Kolokotronis stayed when he first settled in Athens, at 100 Adrianou Street, in the historic district of Plaka, Forget Me Not Athens opened in 2014 in order to create another form of "revolution" in the area of Greek design.
Forget Me Not doesn’t actually sell souvenirs. In fact, it doesn’t really have a very specific profile at all, other than sourcing elegant, locally designed items of the highest quality you’d be proud to bring home. From stunningly packaged olive oil, to handmade sunglasses and small-batch pottery, Forget Me Not Athens is a rainbow of contradictions, full of bright colors and a positive outlook that’s so tastefully displayed, some people have considered buying the sign before they’ve even walked through the door!
In the two levels of the store, the visitor can find some of the best designed and smartest samples of contemporary Greek design, since the three partners host and represent the work of some of the most renowned, but also of those up and coming, designers who together form the identity of contemporary Greek design.
Through a continuous quest, new designers are added frequently, and new products or brands can be found here, some on an exclusive basis, others on limited editions or collectible. Items seemingly different are linked and connected through their originality and high quality.