Pavlos has established himself as a leading architect and designer, whose award winning work has been published and presented to global institutions.
Pavlos holds a Master of Architecture (with distinction) in the field of Emergent Technologies and Design at the Architectural Association (AA) in London. Throughout his post graduate studies, his research examined emergent technologies in the fields of evolutionary computation, digital modelling and simulation, fabrication techniques and performance-oriented design. Moreover, his interest was mostly stimulated by the field of Biomimetics; in particular, Natural Systems and their interconnection with architecture. Pavlos believes that if we take examples from within nature itself, we can draw inspiration that allow us to achieve great results in the world of architecture as well.
Pavlos ensured that his research continued beyond his post-graduate studies, tackling bioclimatic architecture through developing and implementing avant-garde passive cooling systems in projects of multiple scales and locales. His latest research explores the translation and application of biological metabolic systems for the development of urban tissues. Pavlos has presented the findings of his research at distinguished academic institutions, such as the National Technical University of Athens, University College London (UK) and the Architectural Association (UK), as well published in several mainstream journals throughout the world.