stamatiouStamatiou Konstantina is a graduate of the School of Civil Engineering, NTUA, with a Bachelor's Degree in Transportation. During her undergraduate studies, she worked in collaboration with Stella Tsafou on a thesis on "Rapid Assessment of Vulnerability of Public Residential Buildings" for which she collaborated with OASP (Anti-Seismic Planning and Protection Organization).

Since October 2019 she has been attending the postgraduate program "Technical Project Management" at the H ellenic Open University.

She speaks excellent English and French. She worked for 4 years in a technical consulting firm undertaking the following projects : Architectural, Surveying & Designing, Building Permits & Estimating Budget, Dealing with Arbitrary Settlement Cases through Law 4178/2013 & Law 4495/2017 Issue of Special Operation Badge on Main or Not Hotel Accommodations, Issue of Licenses for Stores.

 Since 2018 she has been working in the Equipment Supply Chain Division as Assets control. She deals with technical support of stores (project study, ordering - planning, project monitoring), technical equipment specification, technical support at the procurement department (for competitions), contacting suppliers, purchasing orders in SAP, checking invoices - paying contractors, contracts for new cooling facilities, supplier contracts for Central Agreements.


George Kasselouris received his Diploma in Civil Engineering from National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), in 2016, and he is pursuing his Doctoral Thesis at the Department of Transportation Planning and Engineering in the School of Civil Engineering of NTUA. Skilled in using GIS software (ArcGIS - ESRI), Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) and programming (Python 3).


Athina Tsirogianni is an undergraduate student of the NTUA Department of Civil Engineering, with postgraduate studies at NTUA in the field of ‘’Design and Construction of Underground works’. The aim of her master thesis was to investigate the parameters affecting excavatability of rockmass in tunnelling, considering as a case study Greece’s Tempi tunnels.

tsafousofiaThe design of new buildings, renovations and any kind of construction begins with the architectural design. Although the architectural plans must comply with the provisions of the Constructions’ and Buildings’ Regulations, it must meet the needs of each owner.

In a dynamic environment, the engineers undertaking this study must have the appropriate background in terms of knowledge, education and experience to adapt the current trends to your preferences.

A typical architectural design includes the following:

• Coverage Chart

• Construction Plans, Floor Plans, Facades

• Detail Plans

• Imprint Existing Constructions (if any)

• Technical description


We undertake the complete architectural design of residential buildings or offices with the aim of making the best possible use of the available space, the harmonious coexistence of the building with the existing natural and residential environment as well as your particular needs and preferences.