We are architects who have been in practice, in Greece, since 2008, after completing our studies in London, at The Bartlett, University College London (UCL), 2002 and in Oxford, at Oxford Brookes University, 1999.
We are based in Hermoupolis, Syros and in Athens.
Our aim is to produce sculptural, quality work with imagination and creativity. We care about the art of architecture and its ability to modulate light and to curve form. We love the link between drawing as a response to a blank page and that outcome set against a landscape, be it urban or rural. We listen to our clients and work with them closely to achieve something special. We are experienced professionals and can draw on a team of construction expertise to design, engineer and construct a variety of project types.
Frini Yannopoulou is an architect qualified in Greece and the UK, currently living and working in Athens and Syros.
She has extensive experience in her field and work to date includes a number of private houses, listed buildings, domestic refurbishments, a fashion shop, coffee shops, teaching design and visual studies at AMC College in Athens, architectural competitions and participation in the 11th Venice Architecture Biennale.
She also specialises in hotel design, from concept to completion, refurbishment and upgrading hotels' star accreditation.
Artemis Theodoridi is an architect qualified in Greece that currently lives and works in Athens, Greece. Since 2006, she has supervised the design and construction of numerous commercial and residential, private design and construction projects - renovations, refurbishments, reconstruction of a conservation building and design proposals - and through various collaborations with other architects, she has submitted proposals for several architectural competitions and joint design projects.
She has participated in the 11th Venice Architecture Biennale and since 2009 she has actively worked on the set and costume design for the theatre and the cinema.
member of the
Greek & British Technical Chamber
member of the
Greek Technical Chamber