K-Architects is an architectural registered practice based in Thessaloniki, Greece. Partners architects of the practice are Anastasios M. Kotsiopoulos (Dr. A.U.Th., Ph. D. Univ. of Edinburgh), Alina Panou (A.U.Th., M.Sc. The Bartlett, U.C.L.) and Emilia Zoumboulidou (A.U.Th., M.A. A.A. School of Architecture).
Anastasios M. Kotsiopoulos practices architecture since 1971. For more than two decades (1971-1995) he had partnered and collaborated with many architects creating highly acknowledged architectural projects. In 1997 he created the architectural practice A.M. Kotsiopoulos and partners along with the architects Alina Panou and Emilia Zoumboulidou. Since 2008, the practice has been registered with the renewed firm name K-Architects Limited Practice. With an overall professional experience of more than 45 years the team is affluent in creating high quality and advanced architectural solutions in a wide range of projects, on all stages of design from inception to completion and to construction administrative services.
The practice’s projects include several entries in architectural competitions, master plans for Greek universities and a series of public and private buildings, mainly educational, research, and cultural. Most of them have been awarded several prizes (Hellenic Institute of Architecture, U.I.A., “Domes” prizes etc.), have been presented in several exhibitions in Greece and abroad and have been published in architectural magazines, special issues and atlases such as “Rassegna”, “Architectural Review”, “The Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture”, “The Phaidon Atlas of 21st Century World Architecture” etc.
The work of the practice has been exhibited in two retrospective monographic exhibitions at the Benaki Museum, Athens (2011) and the Telloglion Fine Arts Foundation, Thessaloniki (2012), under the title: “A.M. Kotsiopoulos and Partners Architects: a journey to the limits of modernism” (curator A. Skiada) together with the respective monograph (editor A. Giacumakatos).
Φιλικής Εταιρείας 13, Θεσσαλονίκη, Ελλάδα
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