The modern façades of the Fix brewery plant that resulted after the radical rebuilding of the old factory were acknowledged by foreign and Greek critics as one of the most important International Style buildings in Athens in the 1950s. The enormous size of this industrial building – ground plus six floors covering a city block – and its central position provided Takis Zenetos with a rich source of speculation on many levels. The main ideas of the conversion were to ensure the internal flexibility of the factory so that it would be able to change use in the future, and its intervention in the anarchic urban fabric of Athens in a modernising spirit. ( via http://www.culture2000.tee.gr/ATHENS/ENGLISH/main2.html )
Today the building in a smaller size, will be used as the new Gallery of Modern Arts in Athens.