The House of Frotzos (5, Frontzou street) was built in 1938 and designed by him. Konstantinos Frontzos, one of the most important Epirotic personalities of the 20th century and the founder of the Society for Epirotic Studies, lived there for almost fifty years.
The building is two-storey and is Π-shaped with a recessed facade. It has strong elements of renaissance architecture with Muslim influences, combined with those of the local tradition. It presents various morphological elements, such as the different type of openings of the facade of the two floors, which give a special character to the building, and constitute a sample of the effort for Europeanization.