I studied Architecture at the National Technical University of Athens (2002-2009) and I recently graduated with honors from the M.Sc. in Building Technology at the Technical University of Delft (2011- 2013).
I am a self-motivated, creative and hardworking person. My interests cover a wide range of topics related to architectural and façade design under a sustainable perspective.
I am highly adept at carrying out technical drawings and I have a proficient knowledge of various 3D design software, as well as, BIM (Revit). I also have a basic understanding of generative algorithms and parametric design due to my experience using Grasshopper integrated with Rhino’s 3D modeling.
The energy efficient design is one of my specializations as an architect. My sensitivity in understanding the energy impact of my designs was a motivation to orient my studies toward the field of building physics. Thus, during the last year of my studies in TU Delft with my M.Sc. Thesis, as well as, with my participation in relevant research studies, I have acquired a solid background in various thermal and energy consumption simulation software, such as Design Builder, Physibel CAPSOL and TRNSYS-TRNFlow.
NEXT architects, Amsterdam, NL, Architect Intern
Hellenic Navy. Department of “Architectural & Engineering Design”, Chaniá, GR, Architect Engineer - CAD Draftsman
Design of steel constructions in military buildings and naval ships.
Architectural Design office of Pantelis Nicolacopoulos, Athens, GR, Architect Intern
Design and construction supervision of private houses.
Delft University of Technology, Delft, NL, Masters, MSc in Building Technology, Faculty of Architecture
Graduate from the “Green Building Innovation” track with a specialization in sustainable design and building physics
Graduated with honors (Cum Laude)
National Technical University of Athens, Athens, GR, MArch, Architect Engineer
Award and silver medal of the N.T.U.A, 1st Place
For graduating with the highest grade between all the students of the N.T.U.A School of Architecture in 2009.
Ch. Chryssovergis Award, 1st Place
For achieving the highest diploma grade in the N.T.U.A. SOA.