Georgios received his master’s degree in Architecture and Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Dip. Arch. AUTh), in 2012 and his second masters degree at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL (M.Arch GAD), in 2013. Parts of his work in research, theory and practice, as an individual or as member of teams, have been published in books including: “Agile design” (editor: Tellios, 2014), “Architectural Model” (editor: Ben Van Berkel), international conferences (Lyon/2012, Toronto/2011). His designs have been featured in exhibitions, both in Greece and abroad, as well as architectural magazines and on-line websites: Design Net, suckerpunch.
Intrigued by the emerging technologies and the contemporary digital realm, his research is focused on the exploration of alternative pathways of human habitation and communication. Floating among the blurring boundaries of human Artifice and Nature, he experiments with advanced, digital design techniques, radical materialities and interactive, virtual platforms to, actively, engage wider audiences in critical design issues.