Redesign of a country house’s courtyard, where the proposed constructions are arranged towards the great view
Nikos Xanthos has combined his undergraduate studies with internships and has therefore acquired wide architectural and synthetic perception of space. He attaches great importance in the detail of construction and design of utility objects. As a student, he has won the "Lysandros Kaftantzoglou" award for his equal participation an architectural competition. In his professional career he has collaborated with architectural firms in Athens and has participated in projects in various locations of Greece that enriched his experience in the historical and traditional structures. In addition, through his postgraduate studies in restoration of historic buildings and complexes, he acquired expertise in the scientific aspects of this architectural field.
Eleni Deligianni attaches great importance in the spatial design and constructional details. Since her undergraduate studies, she deals with issues concerning the history of architecture and historical structures. She has collaborated with architectural firms and has participated in surveying and restoration projects of historic buildings and monuments. She completed her postgraduate studies in the restoration of historical buildings and complexes having received a scholarship from the State Scholarship Foundation. Since then she is working in this sector and in collaboration with various institutions and Ephorates of Antiquities, she participates in projects concerning monuments of different time periods. She has the ability to design for new constructions and reuse of older buildings.
After completing her architecture studies, Angeliki wanted to delve into matters of sustainability, ecology and energy saving for buildings. Having received a Scholarship from Bodossaki Foundation, she pursued her postgraduate studies in Environmental Design of Buildings. She believes in sustainable and affordable architecture considerate of surrounding nature, climate, vernacular precedents and locality of materials.
Panagiotis has an aptitude for fine arts and especially drawing and painting. His flair for design is also expressed through 3d drawings and renderingsof architecture projects. His combination of artistic sensibility and design ability, produces innovative solutions easily perceived through their 3d representation.
After graduating from school of architecture, Antigone Vrouva deals with innovative design of buildings, seeking imaginative solutions in the construction, that bring about a unique experience to their users. She studied the buildings’ dynamic potential regarding their projecting image and concept. Having combined studies in Architecture with Marketing and Business administration, she comprehends the needs of the construction in both aesthetic and functional terms and can propose personalized solutions matching the wish of each customer.
Marianna Nana studied Architecture and afterwards she focused on landscape as an important element of our life, through her postgraduate studies in Landscape Architecture. Her postgraduate studies were rewarded with a scholarship from the State Scholarship Foundation. She considers water as an element of great importance for the design and function of outdoor spaces due to its aesthetic value as well as its bioclimatic contribution. Today she is a PhD candidate in the School of Architecture of AUTH. Her research topic is titled “Water Reservoirs and Landscape Metamorphosis. Contribution to Landscape Architecture Research”. Respecting nature and its force she designs for every scale landscape, ranging from small residential gardens, to public urban spaces and extended parks.
| July 2018 |
Publication of our project Pediatric Clinic in Volos in the portal kataskevesktirion.gr
| November 2016 |
Presentation of the proposal Crack in History that excelled in the 8th International student competition of CAA "A monument for a memorable event" at Phase radio 87.7
| November 2016 |
Presentation of Nikos Xanthos and Eleni Olga Deligianni proposal in the exhibition for Room 18 competition at Benaki Museum
| February 2016 |
The article "Latent heat storage in building elements: A systematic review on properties and contextual performance factors" by Angeliki Mavrigiannaki and Eleni Ampatzi has been published on the Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews